Fw: loss of Internet Access on Ubuntu 10.04

Glenn K0LNY glennervin at cableone.net
Tue Mar 31 23:10:40 UTC 2020

Hi All again,
I also tried putting a couple lines in /etc/resolv.conf

This did nothing, and I also tried to ping and also
and it was unable to connect.
I looked on my router and listed the devices connected, and this computer is not showing up.
I have it wired into the router.
Does anyone know of a network repair that can be done in Ubuntu?
I looked in system administration and network tools and it shows loop or something like that and eth0.
There seems to be nothing available, the applications key on them do nothing and entering on them do nothing.
ifconfig did not show any IP address.
Thanks for any assistance.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Glenn K0LNY 
To: Ubuntu-accessibility at lists.ubuntu.com 
Sent: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 3:37 PM
Subject: loss of Internet Access on Ubuntu 10.04

I'm going to see if I can just upgrade this Ubuntu 10.04 on the Asus netbook.
I cannot seem to get WIFI on it, so I plugged it directly into my router via Ethernet cable, and it still does not access any web pages using FF.
I checked to ensure the "work off line" was not checked.
So I'm wondering, when Ubuntu gets out of date, does it disable its Internet connectivity?
Or does anyone have any ideas?



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