I added support for WPA, and it works real nice on my hardware. So, I decided to put it out there for further testing:
SNS is very small, just two scripts, 'sns' and 'rc.network', kept at /usr/local/simple_network_setup.
When connections are made, the information is stored at /etc/simple_network_setup.
If you need to connect to different networks at different times, such as a flash stick that gets plugged into different PCs, no problem. You can have multiple profiles and 'rc.network' will automatically connect to whatever network is available.
The same thing goes for different network interface cards and USB thingys. rc.network will use whatever hardware is currently plugged in.
The greatest feature I think is the simplicity. Sooo easy to use!
Anyway, give it a go, report bugs.
Oh yeah, it is designed to run in a recent Woof-built Puppy. If you are running anything older than playdayz' latest Dpup or Quirky 008, you should be able to do a partial evaluation of SNS by just installing the package without the 'rc.sysinit' and 'rc.shutdown' -- or manually patch your rc.sysinit and 'rc.shutdown'.
...so, I guess someone could create a SNS PET for Puppy 431 or whatever. I'm not sure, they may have to upgrade wpa_supplicant also.
Comments:Posted on 13 Mar 2010, 10:35 by BarryK
SNS version 2 posted on the forum.
Posted on 13 Mar 2010, 21:28 by BarryK
Hmmm, I'm having more trouble with v2 than v1. Stay tuned...