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    Setting Up Internet and Opening .DEB

    Hi, I'm new to Linux and am trying to set it up. I have installed Debian on my computer but am having trouble setting up my wireless Internet. Under my network settings there's only one connection: Ethernet. I can't seem to find anywhere in Help how to create a new (wireless) connection. Help, please?

    Another thing is that I can't seem to open .deb files. The archive manager says that it's not supported. But I can't seem to find the dselect to open those files either. Help?

    One more question: how can I enter commands through the promp(t)? I've read all over the Internet that I can enter in commands, but I haven't found where or how.

    Thanks for the help!

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    Administrator MikeTbob's Avatar
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    Apr 2006
    Hello and Welcome.
    Start here for Wireless and post your results using the code tags please.
    Wireless Internet - Linux Forums
    See this link for installing software in Linux and just general good knowledge.

    Being a new to Linux person you should probably only install software from your system repos once you get the Internet working. Finding the terminal or command prompt is just a matter of browsing the system menu and look for Terminal or Konsole and click on that.
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