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Thanks for reaching out!
I've been running some tests on my Edison to see if I can help you, nevertheless, I'm using the latest Yocto image. Unfortunately, I'm not able to replicate the behavior as Yocto does this automatically. So, I found a couple of links (for the Raspberry Pi as it uses Debian) that shows how to achieve this, you might be interested in reading them:
However, if you still have issues, I'd suggest you to contact the people that developed Jubilinux as they might be able to provide you a more accurate answer. I found their GitHub site in:
You can contact them by submitting an issue in https://github.com/oskarpearson/mmeowlink/issues.
I hope this helps.
I see this same behavior even when using the setup tool.
And there have been several posts about this also regarding Yocto (which I use as well).
It seems that you have to stick with the first network chosen. If you then start to connect to other networks you will loose automatic connection at startup even when returning to your first chosen network. I have not tested this out completely (already spend way too much time on getting my boards working and reflashing them...) but it might be a hint for someone who understands this in more depth then I do...
If someone knows a way to break that behavior...