Re: Post-installation: how to auto-configure network adapter (ie. enable internet access)?
Brian <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote (Sun, 1 Jun 2014 14:15:25 +0100):
> On Sun 01 Jun 2014 at 05:06:33 -0700, Horatio Leragon wrote:
> > Below is a scenario:
> > 1. I do not have internet access during installation of Debian. The
> > install routine will skip the steps of auto-configuring my network
> > adapter.
> > 2. After installation, I am able to find a place where internet
> > access is available.
> > 3. What are the commands to type to tell my installed Debian to
> > auto-configure my network adapter?
> > 4. Do I have to type the commands in a console tty1 or Gnome3
> > environment?
> If you have GNOME you'd be as well using the software it provides,
> Network Manager. Otherwise there is interfaces(5) (man interfaces).
> It has oodles of examples to look at.
Note: network adapters defined in /etc/network/interfaces
(interface(5)) will be ignored by Network Manager.