WLAN does not connect after reboot
I’m dual-booting Alpine 3.6.2 (standard) and Ubuntu 16.04. I set up the system by following the instructions at https://wiki.alpinelinux.org/wiki/Installing\_Alpine\_on\_HDD\_dualbooting (which seem to be wrong since vmlinuz and initramfs both have the ‘-hardened’ suffix rather than ‘grsec’).
What I’m seeing is that after rebooting I always have to re-configure wlan0 through setup-interfaces. I didn’t do any sort of manual networking configurations during the install process.
I’m assigning this an Immediate priority since it’s an obvious usability bug that users shouldn’t have to deal with, much less in their very first install of the system.
(from redmine: issue id 8025, created on 2017-10-21)
- relates #7986 (closed)