Need to connect to internet after installing 9.04
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Fri May 1 15:01:05 UTC 2009
> thudfoo at gmail.com wrote:
>> I ran the live CD version of 9.04. While doing so I was able to add the kppp
>> package in order to connect to the internet. Okay, that worked out. Then I
>> installed. Now Kubuntu don't no squat about any kppp (or kinternet, for
>> that matter). How do I get online with my external modem or get
>> kppp/kinternet installed?
> Boot the LiveCD and reestablish the Internet connection using Kppp.
> Then download the kpp package but don't install it. Mount your file
> system that is on the HD and copy the Kppp package over to it.
> Install the package.
> Someone else may come up with an easier way.
Wouldn't it be the same to use the package manager of choice from the
regularly booted system? By default and without any internet connection,
it should go to the cd to find out packages. I'd just try to install
Kppp that way before reverting to live cd and manually downloading the
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