Goal: Examine wireless in system: device, driver, and interface.
First thing catch my eye in my vanilla Arch install is
So I think, I have to play with it.
So I can install my Vanilla Arch easily.
There is better reference for you:
Starting The Service
In arch install, iwd is running as default.
But after install you should decide what service to be run.
If the service already enabled,
the command won’t make the soft link again.
You can try yourself in your beloved command line.
Using The Shell
One thing I love about
iwctl is the shell.
So I don’t have to type over and over again.
Just up and down arrow.
Unfortunately the shell require long terminal.
Let me start over with wider teminal.
Power Up The Device
First list what device available.
Then powering on.
If you do the same command again, this will refused.
Now you can get the list of the networks.
Now you can easily connect with your SSID.
We can check the detail of the device.
And also the connection detail of the station
Testing The Connection
Allright, I think we need
Alternatively you can use
If you want to continue to leanr about other service,
NetworkManager, you should stop the
Because both can’t be coexist without further backend settings.
Now try to ping again.
Just to prove that it really to stopped.
There are two configuration
- Main Configuration
- Per Connexion
The main configuration can provide something
This is what I have got,
while examining the
All the connexion stored here.
Let’s see what’s in there.
It is a good idea to manage each connexion manually,
for frequent connexion.
This looks better with
bat instead od
What is Next 🤔?
INet Wireless Daemon in arch setup.
WPA Supplicant in post arch setup.
Consider continue reading [ Wireless: WPA Supplicant ].