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ALRIGHT YAY!!! IT WORKED!! Oh man thanks so much for all your help, I know you must be really annoyed with me. But I learned about Linux, so we both ...
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    ALRIGHT YAY!!! IT WORKED!! Oh man thanks so much for all your help, I know you must be really annoyed with me. But I learned about Linux, so we both win I'm gonna try out surfing the web now in Linux. Woohoo, this is very exciting. Now when I go wireless, I can only imagine how much worse it'll be lol.

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    Excellent! You did it!

    Sometimes I forget the simplest solution is always the best. In that case, /etc/network/interfaces is where the network cards are defined, that's where we should have looked first.

    If you wonder about anything regarding anything:
    Code:
    man thatthingyouwanttoknowabout
    For example:
    Code:
    man interfaces
    Work hard and in a few months you'll be the one helping me.

    Don't forget:
    1) Google has all the answers (granted that you ask the right questions, something that is difficult at first).
    2) Simple solutions are always the best.

    Have fun!
    "To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."

    -Bruce Lee

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    Will do. Thanks for all your help.

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