Basically it will connect and assosiate with my SSID and Password and will say connected(or ctrl_connected) sorry at work don't remember the actual name but the cursor will basically blink and nothing happens.
I guess I'm used to the old Gentoo way of setting up my wifi/ethernet networks.
Does funtoo have it's own way, do I even need wpa_suipplicant?...
Also I get when I try to do ifconfig wlan0 up
SIOSCSFLAGS: Device or No Directory found (again at work so it may not be the actual wording) I'm guessing that the RT3572 isn't loading but I can see wlan0 whenever I plugin my ae1000 but I can also see ra0 when I plugin my ae3000 it's led does blink so I know I got it to work I also installed the rt3573sta manually just in case.
Would love to actually get on with installing a desktop, getting wine up and going and getting Photoshop up (CS6 worked in ubuntu last time I check, used ubuntu as I didn't want to go through a funtoo install just to see if it worked or not, I also know CS5 is now GOLD in the winehq.)
This may not be helpful if you want to use Funtoo's internal networking features, but if you're using NetworkManager for wireless, you should NOT have wpa_supplicant or dhcpcd daemonized as this will interfere with NetworkManager. NetworkManager calls these programs on an as-needed basis. Having avahi daemonized seems to be okay, though.
Try to specify the Driver option to wpa_suipplicant, man wpa_suipplicant for the driver name list and google it to see which one is fit for you.
Put the the -Dxxxx option in /etc/conf.d/wpa_suipplicant
My intel wireless chip just work in this way. You can have a try.
>>>Gentoolizing, say goodbye to ubuntu.
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