The canonical network waking utility is ifup and its counterpart is
ifdown. It may be necessary to write /etc/network/interface correctly to
get networking working.
On Sat, 14 Aug 2021, D.J.J. Ring, Jr. wrote:
> I've been in this position before with Buster. Even the release of Buster
> would not would not recognize my sound card, and I had to wait until the
> first corrective release after Buster was released. 10.00.01 or 10.01.00 or
> something like that.
> Could someone tell me a CD or DVD non-free image that doesn't have the
> problem with installing firmware?
> I've tried three times now, and I don't have sound, I don't have Ethernet
> and I don't have Wi-Fi even though the installer uses my Wi-Fi during
> Jim Green who's trying Bullseys in the Net Install CD format in 32 bit is
> also having the very same problem, after installation he boots up to a
> computer without sound.
> I wish there was a question in the Installation where it asks "Do you want
> to boot up into the graphical mode or into the console text mode.
> I disabled the Desktop Manager by using as root:
> systemctl disable lightdm
> That worked fine, but I am still without both Wi-Fi, Ethernet and sound.
> During one install I had no network components, nm tui and nm cli were
> missing as well. I don't know why. That's where I am now.
> I've been trying to find a CD that will allow me to fakeroot into my system
> and do an update to try to get the firmware installed but so far no luck
> with that.
> Best regards,