1. J

    Need help getting WiFi set up

    I've successfully installed Mint 20.2 Cinnamon on an old Dell OptiPlex 780, and I'm trying to get a WiFi plug-in working since it doesn't have an integrated antenna. Now, on some of my machines (running various Windows OSes), it was plug and play while others I've had to manually install the...
  2. D

    How to monitor my connections?

    Hello: I have few notions for server administration, so I wanted to get a bit more of knowledge and I turned my Raspberry PI into a internet connected Server. So, I installed no-ip to have a fixed DNS, installed apache, and some other tools like ufw to keep my server the most secured I can...
  3. SpongebobFan1994

    Online Video Buffering Issues

    I've noticed recently that whenever I watch a video on YouTube, HookTube, or Invidious, it buffers rather slow, which causes it to stop and have to buffer again (and can be quite annoying at times). I've cleared the cache in LibreWolf, hoping it will make the webpage move faster, but it doesn't...
  4. SpongebobFan1994

    Could Zeronet Potentially Replace the Internet?

    I've been looking into Zeronet recently, and although I'm still learning how to use it, it does seem like an interesting alternative to the current internet, especially since its goal is to be open, free, and uncensorable (as it says on the main page of it's website). To increase privacy and...
  5. S

    Installing a Wi-Fi connection graphically in Linux Arch

    Hello I installed Arch Linux. But to use Wi-Fi, I have to use a terminal. I want to install a graphical environment to connect to WiFi Can I do this in Arch? Translated by Google Translate
  6. M

    Puppy Linux 8.0 not detecting Wireless

    My disc-booted 64-bit Puppy Linux 8.0 is not detecting my computer's wireless network interface. The wireless network interface does run fine with my computer's installed Ubuntu operating system. Puppy Linux is only detecting my eth0 ethernet. Puppy Linux's terminal revealed my network module...
  7. R

    cannot access any website, internet is fine- connection timed out

    I installed Kali on a virtual machine in VM with a bridged connection and the icon is showing connected, when I ping google, youtube, dns servers or any page pings go great but I can't access them through any browser. Every time the same error: connection timed out. I turned off every proxy...
  8. S

    I CAN't TURN ON WI-FI!!!

    Hello guys, I have got a serious problem right here. I've got an realtek 802.11n adapter(probably my terminal reads it as "r8169" but I can't access internet, and I don't know how to install it into my Linux. I NEED HELP! I've never had any markable results of what I've tried so far. Thanks in...
  9. Jaimie

    I found Internet again!

    Hey there, Since not having a consistent internet connection or life connection since I was 16 (turning 26 in the summer), I am new to this whole being connected to the universe thing.. I am happy and turning over a new leaf. Sometimes(often) it happens that I have been broke, and I am...
  10. CptCharis

    Wireless internet down

    Good day to all of you guys !!! Yesterday my laptop suffer from a bad superblock. (As I discovered later). I fix my problem with this command: (initramfs) fsck /dev/sdaX -y And everything returned back to normal. Everything except my wi fi. As you can see in the photo the output of : inxi -Fxz...
  11. T

    Connecting to Fax Modem

    I'm going to be installing Debian on my IBM Intel Pentium 4 Desktop via CD. How does Debian connect to my internal Voice / Fax Modem (ITU-T V.92, 56Kbps) so that I can connect to the Internet via Dialup? I assume that the Driver for Microsoft Windows is useless.
  12. H

    Mint 18.3 - Firefox/Waterfox loses internet connection - Mac laptop doesn't while on same network.

    Hi, I'm wondering if anyone knows what I can do to fix this; I'm using Mint 18.3, with Firefox and Waterfox for my web browsers. I lose a lot of work when the internet connection just gets lost. When it does, I check it on my Mac laptop, which is on the same network, and I'm still connected. No...