Ubuntu Networking :: Connect To Internet Using Command Line
I want to connect to the internet using the command line. I'm 95% I have my wireless card installed correctly, since I'm using it right now.dhclient takes a minute or two, then finishes. It gives no output, success or failure. Then I open up Firefox and I'm not connected to the internet. What can I do to figure out what the problem is?
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