I've configured netctl to autostart wireless profiles according to wiki and it works pretty well except for one issue. If there is no wireless device on boot time, systemd sticks on firstname.lastname@example.org for about a minute until it finally fails, and only after that system continues to boot.
Is there any way to make systemd skip this unit if there aren't any wireless interfaces at boot time? Or, better, to make netctl aware of the hardware situation and just prevent it from waiting so long for something that isn't going to happen.
Last edited by Axon (2014-02-03 10:10:52)