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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"
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: [...] ...
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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