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Brief help on netcfg. Again, it's on the core CD to install. You just need to create a profile in /etc/network.d , named whatever you like. So say it's just ...
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- 01-08-2010 #11
Brief help on netcfg. Again, it's on the core CD to install. You just need to create a profile in /etc/network.d, named whatever you like. So say it's just called home.
Edit/create the file
su - nano /etc/network.d/home
CONNECTION="wireless" ESSID="network name" INTERFACE="wlan0" DESCRIPTION="home wireless network" SCAN="yes" IP="dhcp" TIMEOUT="10" SECURITY="wpa" KEY="mypasskey"
su - netcfg home
- 01-08-2010 #12
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- Jan 2010
I'm installing from the coreCD. I have managed to get Arch linux installed, but I can't do much with it since I can't install any packages on it. I have started nano and wrote "i hate this!" but that didn't keep me occupied for long. I'm not quite sure about the networking hardware I have, I guess I can figure that out in Fujitsu Siemens product support section. The laptop I'm trying this on is Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pa 2510-11P I could not find technical specs from google though.
I will try to install again with those packages you mentioned. Thanks for the help.
Didnt notice your last post so I'll try that now.
Got WLAN to work now! I left out some needed packages out before but now it works and i can get to pacman! thanks!
- 01-08-2010 #13