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I buy wireless LAN adapter.
I install program in pc, it work great
But i can’t how connect my retrostone to wifi dongle.
Not yat..?
run 'sudo lsusb' and post the result
(08-28-2018, 10:29 AM)alexkidd Wrote: [ -> ]run 'sudo lsusb' and post the result

Thank you i will try that.
(08-28-2018, 10:29 AM)alexkidd Wrote: [ -> ]run 'sudo lsusb' and post the result

Connect keyboard -> press F4 -> run “sudo lsusb” -> text like picture.
cant see the picture
(08-29-2018, 06:29 PM)alexkidd Wrote: [ -> ]cant see the picture

https://pin.it/m5hp37w63heivs
boot with an ethernet cable and run "sudo apt-get install firmware-realtek" , maybe it will add the needed driver, i'm not sure
if it's too complicated for you, i can update the image soon
I’m using an Edimax WiFi dongle and can connect to my network and transfer files just fine but I can’t seem to get a connection out to the internet. Feel like I’m close but just missing something. Thanks!
run "sudo ifconfig" and check which is the wireless interface, for example 'wlan1' or 'ra0'

change configuration with "sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces", replace wlan0 by the given interface. Close file with Ctrl X, then save and "sudo reboot".

edit: this should work in the v4.2 FULL. The previous slim have issues with DNS resolving.
(08-30-2018, 11:29 AM)alexkidd Wrote: [ -> ]run "sudo ifconfig" and check which is the wireless interface, for example 'wlan1' or 'ra0'

change configuration with "sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces", replace wlan0 by the given interface. Close file with Ctrl X, then save and "sudo reboot".

edit: this should work in the v4.2 FULL. The previous slim have issues with DNS resolving.

This worked! Thank you much. (rock paper scissors)
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