Re: No Wifi Option
PS: I happen to have a wired (RJ-45) Internet connection. If I had the
problem, I'd be tempted to install Debian using the wired connection, then
work on configuring the wireless connection. (On the other hand, I suspect an
*buntu installation might work fine over WiFi.)
On Sunday, May 05, 2019 11:06:06 AM rhkramer@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> On Saturday, May 04, 2019 03:39:03 PM Terrill Wallace wrote:
> > I'm just gonna quit and give up
> I hate to hear that -- I might ask a few questions and suggest some
> * Are you already a Linux user, or are you a non-Linux user considering
> a move to Linux -- I'd especially hate to lose a potential Linux convert?
> * I hear that some other Linux distributions include more "non-free"
> software by default -- you might try one of those -- I'd be tempted to try
> a *buntu" -- I'd prefer Kubuntu because I like KDE, but I don't know if it
> is as up-to-date as the latest Ubuntu.
> * Where do you live -- if you live somewhere fairly close to east
> central Pa., I might be able to help you in person, if you live somewhere
> else, there may be others wiling and able to help you in person. Perhaps
> you are near a LUG (Linux User Group) that might help you in person (at a
> If you post a general location (country, region of country (in the US,
> state and region of state to start with) someone may chime in with an offer
> of help.
> In any case, good luck!