A new program, currently in open beta, allows Windows users to set up and share an internet connection with no hardware, using a software router. I was wondering if the feature was present in Linux.
How can I share the internet on a F-19 laptop to other linux machines over wifi, preferably with authentication.
I am looking something like connectify (http://www.connectify.me/), which facilitates connecting & sharing the same wifi.
Hello everyone, sorry in advance for my noobieness. ok so i recently started duel booting ubuntu 12.04 with windows 7 on my dell studio 1750. while on windows i can connect to networks normally, but on ubuntu i can only connect to the internet at my apartment but not at school.
Is there any application in fedora to share wifi using a wifi hotspot like Connectify for windows? I know that this sounds weird but I cannot access the original wifi network because of mac id issues in our college.
As many of you know, most of our android(not only android) devices can't connect to ad hoc hotspots. There's a solution for win7/8 users to set up infrastructure hotspot on their laptop using software like connectify and so on. Ubuntu also allows to create wifi hotspot to share internet, but it will be ad hoc one.
So here's the guide how to set up infrastructure hotspot on ubuntu 12.04/12.10.
I have a dual boot machine with MS Windows and Linux. While on Windows, I am able to share my Internet connectivity with other devices using the VirtualRouter software. Now VirtualRouter is typically used on Windows and linux version is not available.
I was keen on doing the same thing with the Ubuntu internet connectivity.
I access internet in my college through proxy but my kindle paperwhite doesn't have any option to input proxy settings for a wifi network. To overcome the problem, I made a wifi network using connectify and now I hope to redirect all connectify traffic through the proxy. How can I do that? I tried CCProxy and GProxy but can't get it to work. Any guidance would be appreciated.