[xubuntu-users] very beginner, and wifi question

John Shane jslists at mtwafrica.org
Sun Feb 4 04:05:06 GMT 2007


Nemo,  I think you'll find that a good place for you to start would
be https://help.ubuntu.com/community.  You can find a good
introduction to the use of "sudo" in Ubuntu and its variants as
opposed to the way other Linux systems handle user and root
privileges.

I don't know about "sudo oem-config-prepare" but I seems you chose
the OEM install option.  You can find out more about it at the site
referenced above.  Search for "oem-config-prepare" and you will find
several links to more information.

As for the wifi dongle, google on the key words and you will have
lots of hits including a number of them in French. ;-)

John

On Thu, 1 Feb 2007 21:07:12 +0100
"Nemo Peeters" <nemo.peeters at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have just installed xubuntu (6.10) on an "old" compaq laptop
> EvoN600c with only 128RAM. I looks fine. I have no previous
> experience with Linux, during installation I was told I had admin
> privilege using "sudo". Also i should now make changes to the
> settings and when I happy with it run "sudo oem-config-prepare".


> 
> First question: what is it recommended I check and maybe change in
> oem more?, wifi connection for instance?
> 
> Secondly how do you get around with installing wifi (preferably it
> would be a USB dongle Wlan USB2.0 from sagem), actually I don't
> think the USB on the laptop is USB2.0, should that be a problem?
> 
> Hope I'll get some advice,
> Thanks
> Nemo
> 
> 
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