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I recently updated my kernel which broke my wireless network connection. I updated my driver (rt2500) and edited the new config file as I work to get my connection going. ...
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    net.ra0 rc script failing


    I recently updated my kernel which broke my wireless network connection. I updated my driver (rt2500) and edited the new config file as I work to get my connection going. At this point dhcpcd is hanging when trying to obtain an address so I update dhcpcd. Now I can get my wireless connection working manually by running "ifconfig ra0 up" and then "dhcpcd ra0" My problem is when I try to get my connection running with "/etc/init.d/net.ra0 start" it fails to find the dhcpcd program... any ideas? do i need to edit my net.lo script or do a need to create a link to dhcpcd somewhere else?
    thx,
    aaron

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    I am actually having a problem with the script finding dhcpcd. My be worth looking into on the gentoo forums. If I find anything, I will let you know.

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