I got a hold of Blackbox because I felt like GNOME was eating up too much RAM.
The problem is, if I reboot, login with GNOME's login screen, and select Blackbox as the window manager, I don't have internet. The routing table is empty and I can't get an IPv4 address with DHCP.
I can then log out ( from the session with Blackbox ), select GNOME, log in, and my internet is all set up. Everything works.
I can then log out of the GNOME session, select Blackbox, log in, and my internet works.
So... I have to log in with GNOME just to get internet for some reason, but I don't know where to look. How could I get internet with Blackbox without logging with GNOME first?