TN.Frank Posted February 8, 2014 Share Posted February 8, 2014 (edited) When I did my Kali 1.0.6 install I hooked in my ethernet cable just to keep things simple. Never know when a Distro won't have drivers or support for wifi. Anyway, now everytime I boot up it takes forever and a day looking for eth0 until finally it gives up and boots. Is there anyway I can stop it from looking for a connection so it'll boot faster? Also, on a related point. Once I boot up my wifi is down by default. I'd like it to automatical connect to the wifi on boot. Where would I change the settings to get it to do that or is it just somekind of built in "safety" feature of Kali? Thanks. Edited February 8, 2014 by TN.Frank Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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