Apparently, out of the box, connman needs to be configured properly.
I get messages of the sort: "The name net.connman was not provided by any .service files"
I can dig into this but isn't there an already built-in way to try to "up the network" in case something fails ?
For instance does somebody know what are the equivalents to:
Thanks a lot!
The script inside "configure_edison" actually contains a lot of information on how to do (separately) the steps of a "network restart".
"configure_edison" is located here: /usr/bin/configure_edison
Sounds like I can solve this by finding the proper commands using wpa_cli.
If somebody knows something more straightforward, please post back here.
Strangest thing now: dns lookup is not working anymore (/etc/resolv.conf is empty)
This is after I tested network reconnection using "wpa_cli reassociate".
I can however ping any internet address... I tried rebooting (and even disconnected from energy). But this problem is persisting now.
Any ideas of what might going on ? Everything was fine before I issue "wpa_cli reassociate".