So, since about two oder three days ago, my netctl-auto fails every second boot and I can't even enable a profile manually.
I already found this thread: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1275755
But I checked and don't have any failed units and dhcpcd is not running.
I will do some further investigation and post it here. Any ideas for solutions are welcome
I've been having the same problem as well, it boots up just fine then after a reboot netctl-auto fails which had been going on for me for the past 30 minutes without "fixing" itself.
After I added the line:
to my profile then rebooted, it worked. It could be a fluke "fix" but worth a try. I *think* the reason it worked is that the default timeout is 10 seconds which might not be enough to establish a connection for some routers/network cards.
EDIT: I did another boot to see if it was a fluke, and it was. I'm getting a little tired of netctl-auto... I'm going to just disable it and manually do a "netctl start <profile>" after I boot up.
Last edited by DukeH (2013-07-16 19:07:58)