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Check your SElinux is in enforced mode. if sestatus show the current mode is enforced mode Turn it off by "setenforce 0"


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No! The basic problem is that .profile is only read after you are succesfully logged in! At that point a full shell is already running, and most shells are made to serve the user, not to stop them from doing whatever they like. Let's see for example: # echo -en "echo byebye; exit" > ~foo/.profile # ssh foo@localhost foo@localhost's password: [...] ...


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Solution I installed network-manager and network-manager-gnome and removed my wlan1 card from /etc/network/interfaces. The card remained stably connected for over 20 hours and only disconnected when I shut down the raspberry pi. The WPA Gui says "cannot get status from wpa_supplicant" but the card works anyway. Looks like nm-applet has problems with ...



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