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Network in Fluxbox
so I've got Ubuntu running on a 20gig dual-booted partition. I've kept myself strictly to the terminal and google (lol), except for those pesky "restricted extras".
Now to my question:
I got Fluxbox up and running. But now I can't seem to find where to connect to my network (router, internet, whatever you want to call it). I've looked through everything that I know of. To get internet I've had to come back to the gnome DE. I'm probably just blind and missing something really obvious, but hey, at least I'm trying to keep my self away from GUI's and stuff like that.
P.S. Nobody besides a guy named LK is in the IRC. Whatsup with that? With a community this size there should be at least a couple people idleing =/
Dude, I think you should extend your Ubuntu partition a little, maybe 50gigs
Alright, I might do that later, but right now what I'm concerned with is actually being able to use the internet in Fluxbox.
Dem0n, fluxbox is minimalistic WM for advanced users, you will not find any "Network preferences" or such, just use shell.
Ad. IRC: Im there most of the time, when im not sleeping
You can use iwconfig command line tool to help you out.
or ifconfig, wlanconfig, network configuration files....
You can also use dhclient... Force the dhcp connection... (this is works on multiple distros, both RJ45 con's and wireless; just know which device you are trying to use)
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