I really appreciate all the detective work.
> Bottom line, I don't know what's needed, but it seems something
> waking dhcpcd back, and it doesn't seem it's the wpa_supplicant
daemon. Perhaps the S6 supervisor, as it did not kill the
> wpa_supplicant service itself, still believes it's up, and that's the
> reason the dhcp daemon is restarted automatically. I honestly have
no > clue.
Yeah this is the crux of the issue. Unfortunately, I have no idea how
this could be happening. The s6-rc command should shuts down everything.
My laptop has a similar setup with dhcpcd and wpa_supplicant and I've
never seen anything like this.
A really dumb workaround for you is to possibly just edit your
/etc/s6/current/scripts/rc.shutdown and add something like
"s6-rc -d change wpa_supplicant" before the exec command.
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