Enable tapping by default

Björn Persson bjorn at xn--rombobjrn-67a.se
Tue Nov 18 13:14:58 UTC 2014

Jaroslav Nahorny <jaroslav at hackerspace.pl> wrote:
> [1] I know it's a far analogy, but let's try to imagine:
> Let's disable wifi hardware by default. Why? Because some people are not
> aware of this feature. They want to use their eth interface, and having
> wireless interface turned on produces unnecessary „noise” and confusion.
> If somebody wants to use wifi, they can enable it.
> Seems legit, right?

As far as I can tell Fedora doesn't automatically connect to Wifi
networks it hasn't encountered before. You have to explicitly tell it
to connect. Then, once you have enabled it, it may reconnect
automatically thereafter. So yes, this seems not only legit; it seems
to be reality.

Björn Person
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