How to automaticly establish a configured wLan connection after boot?

Asked by Ralph Ulrich

After Login in Gutsy Tribe-4 the internet connection over eth1 WPA wLan won't start automaticly. I have to submit this command:

sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart
(... now giving password for sudo)

Is there a way to automatically do this?
I tried with a link like "/etc/rc2.d/S91networking"
but this did not work.

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Eduardo Mariani (mariani-eduardo) said :

I had the same problem in 7.04 Feisty.
I tried introducing the line:
/etc/init.d/networking restart
in the script
It works, for the moment.

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