Passphrase in section 3.3
- That section is talking about obfuscating the passphrase to connect to a wireless network. By default, netctl stores the passphrase to connect to a wireless network in plaintext. If a nefarious user is able to read the passphrase stored on your system, then they can connect to your wireless network. Obfuscating the passphrase just makes this more difficult to do. Section 3.3 explains how to obfuscate the passphrase.
- -- Jstjohn (talk) 15:29, 27 May 2013 (UTC)
netctl does not start at boot
I carefully followed the instructions on this page and on the Beginner's Guide to migrate from netcfg to netctl and, as I said here, netctl does not start at boot. Please tell me what is wrong and, if necessary, complete the instructions.--Doru001 (talk) 14:01, 30 May 2013 (UTC)
- As a result of the above mentioned thread I added the entry about
sudo systemctl disable networkto the netcfg to netctl migration list. Please check and post here if that is wrong.