i corrupted my Xorg while experimenting on my system so I had to forcibly drop to Command Line.
However, my question is this - How do I connect to wired connection from the command line??
on 08/11/2012 – Made popular on 08/11/2012
Hello I am unable to connect to the Internet using a wired connection. I was able to use the wired network yesterday. But I had problems with the flash player, so had to reinstall Ubuntu again. I am able to connect to Internet using wireless connection. But I need to connect to the wired connection. I am using Ubuntu 10.
i could do this simply with windows and using a program called virtual router. with ubuntu i am not sure if this is possible. i have a desktop that is hard wired to the wall and gets its on line connection from there. i also have a wireless card installed and working. i would like to be able to share the connection to be on line from the wired connection with other devices. please help thank you
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