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netctl is a CLI-based tool used to configure and manage network connections via profiles.

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Nevermind, figured it out: Problem was, I already had brought the respective interface up ifconfig wlan0 up which prevents the job from working. Info was obtained by running netctl status wlan0-ROUTENZUG …
answered Jul 18 '14 by Mark
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Upon login to serial console I run a command via /etc/profile netctl start wlan0-ROUTENZUG However it fails, yielding this output Job for netctl@wlan0\x2ROUTENZUG.service failed. See ´sytemctl … status netctl@wlan0\x2ROUTENZUG.service´ and ´journalctl -xn for details.´ The latter contains nothing about that job, the first just tells me the job is dead. I just tested: The command fails as well when given manually. …
asked Jul 18 '14 by Mark