I am pretty green with Linux and maybe that is why I can't make networking work, but I can't. Can someone help without sending me off to read a bunch of stuff I don't understand? I am trying to install on a machine with Win XP SP2. The machine sits on a network with address 192.168.0.xxx and I can't change that so I have the limitations associated with. The machine is a notebook which must connect primarily with its built-in wireless adapter, although it would be nice to be able to connect via hardwired ethernet as an option too. I am running the latest version of Colinux with Debian (no XML config file)
If you could tell me exactly what I have to do to make this work I would be forever grateful. I am at the end of my rope. I have read everything I can find and tried it all to the best of my understanding and ability. I just can't make it work. I have reinstalled so many times I expect I will wear out the CD Drive soon (LOL) Thanks if you can help me.
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