mellowmaroon wrote:The way net-auto-wireless has worked for me since having rc.conf was that it would establish a connection at boot. If I put my laptop to sleep and reopened it at my friend's house, it doesn't attempt to establish a connection even though I have a profile in /etc/network.d for the wifi.This is known, related bug report here: https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/31037 ,
If a connection drops, the kernel driver automatically attempts to reconnect - this is not dependant on netcfg, it would happen regardless of the utility in use.net-auto-wireless provides roaming support, and will attempt to establish new connections as required if you are moving from one AP to another.
Everything that you see during boot up is in systemd's journal, so don't worry about it scrolling too fast. The error messages there should be enough for you to sort it out.FWIW my NFS shares work fine under systemd, and I'm also using netcfg with static ip.
@jancici, according to http://www.archlinux.org/news/netcfg-28 … atibility//etc/rc.conf has been deprecated, but I still use it in rc.conf without any issues If you like to configure netcfg, I think first thing you need to do is install it "pacman -S netcfg"then see /etc/conf.d/netcfg file.
Well, I have Internet now, I only had to configure netcfg (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Netcfg). To be honest, if I start with initscripts the applet says all interfaces are down, but I can connect. And with systemd kdeinit still crash but I can ping from tty.