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Started by coolguy7, March 29, 2024, 07:47:28 PM

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My version version os sparky linux is 7.3 orionbelt i looked everywhere i havent found anything please help


Quote from: coolguy7 on March 29, 2024, 07:47:28 PMMy version version os sparky linux is 7.3 orionbelt i looked everywhere i havent found anything please help

Please, take a look at this link:

➤ Want to know how you can use a program you have never used before? "man" will be your best new friend! Type "man <pkg-name>" in a shell.
➤ Or, point your browser to "<pkg-name>" .... RTFM !!!


Someone may be able to help you if you provide more information. For instance, how are you trying to connect to the internet? LAN cable? Wireless? USB dongle? Do you know whether the internet connection you are trying to use works with another computer / system? What are the details (make, model, etc.) of the internet device you are trying to use? What have you tried so far and what happened when you tried it? Any error messages, warnings, or other relevant output?

When you're looking for help on this or other similar forums, it would be good for you to mention what version of OS (i.e. Sparky here) you're using along with the window manager (WM) and/or desktop environment (DE). You can use the command-line tool 'inxi' and its various options to generate general / specific / relevant information about your system that you can then copy from the terminal (Shift + Ctrl + C) and paste into your post here using the code markers for easier readability. (Hover over the icons above where you're writing till you see the one marked 'Code', click on that and it should give you code markers like this: "code""/code" except with bracket markers in place of the quote markers. Then just paste the inxi output from the terminal between the code markers so it will show up correctly [you can use the preview option to check it's working as expected].) The 'inxi' tool has lots of different options -- here is just one example: 'inxi -Frz'. The '-F' option includes basic information for quite a few parts of your system, the '-r' option provides details on your repos, and the '-z' option filters out some things for privacy / security, which is probably a good idea when posting in public spaces like this forum.

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