I've got 2 little questions concerning ifplugd and wpa_supplicant.
I noticed that fedora has a /etc/init.d/network script instead of net.eth1, net.eth0, net.lo scirpts(like in gentoo).
1. How can I get the network script to use ifplugd for my eth0 (so that it doesn't take so long before the pc notices I DON'T have a cable pluged in).
2. I already did this :"chkconfig wpa_supplicant on" (I guess this is someting like rc-update in gentoo). Wpa_supplicant DOES do it's job at boot(associating), but I have to manualy type dhclient in a terminal window to get my ip :s. Also, because fedora uses that network script, he is also trying to enable my eth1 through the script( which ofcourse, doesn't work). I lose "precious" time at boot by this fenonemon.
So if you guys could tell me how to achief this in fedora, I would be a very happy user