I am trying to configure my CentOS server to use the wireless card via command line. I am wanting to use the ifcfg-wlan0 (wlan1 in my case) to connect to the wireless network in network manager. My router uses wpa and wpa_supplicant hasn't been working lately.
this is my first post in the forums. I have peppermint os, a variant of Lubuntu 12.0.4, on my laptop.
Ever since installing ubuntu, I faced problems with getting my wireless card to work. The network manager applet would tell me that I was connected with a wireless Port, but I would still be unable to use the internet (Browsers returning "not connected to network").
I'm migrating from an openSUSE (12.x) CLI home office server to CentOS 6.3.
I can install the CLI CentOS 6.3 fine, but then how do I connect that to my home wifi?
There is a "Configure network" button during the anaconda graphical install, and it has options for wifi, but even setting the wifi here results in no connection when the install finishes and I log into the CLI.
Ive been scouring the Ubuntu forums for hours trying lots of different things but they all seem to be specific to someone's terminal output, My wifi finds networks but won't connect, Wired Connection is working ok, I have also looked for a linux driver for my specific PCI card but can't seem to find one.
I am trying to install wireless network drivers but I couldn't find any driver for wireless under network drivers. I just installed ubuntu 9.10 today but my wireless is not there. I am able to connect through wire but not wireless.
Hello CentOS admins.
I am an AIX admin bent on learning CentOS. Yesterday I downloaded
CentOS-6.5-x86_64-bin-DVD1.iso, burned a DVD and loaded it onto a Lenovo
IdeaPad N585 laptop. All went well, except for getting the integrated
wireless to work.