Is there a simple way of automatic activating wlan on boot with dhcp,
when on board eth0 card (not wireless) is also present?
I'm using Suse and yast2 takes 'eth1' as new card but doesn't allow to enter 'wlan0'.
When booting, dhcp tries to run on eth0 (disconnected) and on eth1 (fails),
then I have to log in as root and execute 'dhcpcd wlan0' manually, then everything works.
The question is if I can bypass the last step.
Obviously they did (what for making things simple?)
There is /etc/rc.d and /etc/init.d in which
there is a big script 'rc' and directories rc0.d - rc6.d and rcS.d
but there is no file called 'rc.local'.
Maybe there is another way of adding this command?