#Raise the interface to activate the radio, for example:
ifconfig wlan0 up
meddyuk wrote:Yeah thats the problem. I aint got a clue on how to configure a .conf file to make it automatic on boot up.
gksudo gedit /etc/modules
There is a block to check when you open network manager and edit your settings for your wireless connections. It says "connect automatically" if I recall correctly. And another for something to the effect of making it available to all users. I always go in and check those blocks as part of the install process so my network connection will always start up on boot.meddyuk wrote:Thanks for the tip, but adding B43 to the end didnt seem to work. It still doesnt connect automatically and i still have to open the terminal to get the wireless up and running.
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