ibendiben wrote:Try this:
quit knetworkmanager and choose not to automatically start it again at boot.
now run the following command as root:
Go trough this wizard, it asks you to choose your device, it asks if it is a wireless device and so on, then fill in you ssid and encryption key when needed.
If your done type:
rc-update add net.eth1 default
My wireless device is eth1. If yours is different, say wlan0, just change the above line in net.wlan0 or whatever your wireless device is.
After restart of your computer... start your browser and see... hope your on. This worked for me. Success!
cyrwyn wrote:No, you don't have to buy SL; it's in the mini edition. Linux distros don't do that. Were you trying to run net-setup from a user terminal? This command and many other system commands will not work unless you are logged into root or by running su and then entering the root password (it will appear that you are not entering anything), hit Enter.
sjeses wrote:i followed your example, and as of now it works great. but i do want to know how to reconnect when my modem reboots or reception is bad
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