From what are you trying to chroot?
I think moving/renaming the folder would be a more practical suggestion. Better yet, open ff from the console with -ProfileManager and create a new profile.
Sounds like a locale issue. Look into the relevant files ( /etc/locale.gen /etc/locale.conf ) and the locale command.
The network initscript sources /etc/conf.d/dhcpcd and uses the variable DHCPCD_ARGS:for s in wireless bonding bridges dhcpcd; do
[[ -f /etc/conf.d/$s ]] && .
Thanks for the quick response. It's not the answer I was hoping for, but at least I can move forward now.
If you solved it, it would be nice to post what you did for the benefit of others.
Glad your experience was better than mine. Maybe I had a bad board.
I also had a problem installing the extention pack. I think I ended up installing it through the command line, but I don't remember the details.
daniel_shub wrote:If I do #ip addr I only see a loopback device.You won't see a device in the output of ip addr unless the device has been configured. Try ip link instead.