>> Update to newer builds. They contain some udev magic to start things
>> automatically (for open networks anyway).
I wonder if there isn't another timing/race issue lurking here.
After boot, if WiFi is up and connected to an AP (or ad-hoc net), I issue:
iwconfig wlan0 essid "1234" mode ad-hoc
I will often times find no essid upon subsequent "iwconfig" commands.
If I issue the "iwconfig wlan0 essid "1234" mode ad-hoc" a second time,
it works, and the overo joins the ad-hoc network.
It seems pretty consistent that it takes two calls to iwconfig to get the
part in the right state.
I'm running the 200907261233 image
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