[xubuntu-users] Installer: How do I configure network?
stoycho at ganev.org
Sun Sep 7 06:12:36 UTC 2014
Well is that Settings menu available in the installer? I couldn't find it while installing.
On September 7, 2014 2:33:32 AM EEST, "Ince, Wilbur" <wilbur at wilbur.us> wrote:
>Go to settings and look for Network Connections. Is your connection
>listed there? Mine is listed as wire since it is a wired connector.
>Select it, and the edit tab should be available. Look for a tab that
>is IPv4 settings. In that tab, change the method to manual, and you
>can enter your fixed IP.
>On Wed, Sep 3, 2014 at 2:42 AM, Stoycho Ganev <stoycho at ganev.org>
>> I was just installing Xubuntu 14.04 in an environment where no DHCP
>server is available for IP automatic configuration.
>> The issued a warning that I was not connected to the internet, as it
>was unable to acquire an IP address over DHCP. So
>> far, so good. But I was unable to find a way to enter network
>configuration (static IP address) manually. This is very
>> weird, and definitely not an expected behavior. Is there a way to
>provide network configuration to the installer
>> manually during installation?
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