I thought I could just put in a startup script like this:
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kdesudo ifconfig wlan0 down
I threw it in a shell script and plopped it in the ~/.kde/Autostart directory, and it ran and shut down the controller. Unfortunately, it also shut down the other controller (wlan1).
So my assumption is that I am doing something wrong (usually a safe assumption). Can someone suggest the proper way to do this? Unfortunately, the built-in controller is not on a separate board, so there's no way to unplug it. If this doesn't work, we may just have to buy another machine, but I'd rather fix this, even if it's a kludgy fix. Thanks!