I would expect it to be as an x86 Puppy with a setup wizard which says what Wi-Fi devices it has found on the computer, searches for Wi-Fi APs, you select one and fill in the security details, then choose DHCP or manual for the IP address fields.Montala wrote: I am very interested in the wi-fi option though... should this 'work' automatically, or does it require a separate specific input?
No, Puppy is built from standard Debian Squeeze armel packages.troombatzia wrote:hi. is Puppi hard-float optimised as latest Raspian
There are kernel drivers for many usb wifi modules, with the required firmware. They should "just work".Montala wrote:I am very interested in the wi-fi option though... should this 'work' automatically, or does it require a separate specific input?
Thanks for the link. Good to know it is achievable. I had a quick play with sakis3G, yes, there are some problems to sort out.pygmy_giant wrote:Tried this approach to getting mobile brodband working on puppy: http://shkspr.mobi/blog/index.php/2012/ ... i-success/ as it is working on presumably the debian distro. Annoyingly there appears to be so many interlocking dependancies missing on puppy alpha 3 that I gave up as shuttling packages via a memory stick to my pi was just taking too long....
Good news is that 3g appears achievable.
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