[quote="Licaon_Kter"]Since you said you use Windows I ( wrongfully) presumed you know how to use it.
> set up windows ethernet: 192.168.100.1
in Windows set up your ethernet card
> set up windows wireless connection internet connection share
In Windows set up your wireless card to
> set up linux ethernet: 192.168.100.2
> set up linux gateway: 192.168.100.1
these are here: http://elinux.org/RPi_Setting_up_a_static_IP_in_Debian
> set up linux dns 184.108.40.206
nameserver in /etc/resolv.conf :/quote
Thanks so much for this after a few hours of tinkering around I finally managed to get it to work. Just to help out there for anyone that may need it. Firstly you need to bridge your connection, the Internet sharing won't work. So you can skip the setting up windows part above and replace it with bridging connections. Also replace the dns server above with your own dns server, you can find this through windows command prompt by typing ipconfig/all and scrolling down. Note those numbers.
Next type in the terminal
sudo leafpad /etc/resolv.conf
Edit the name serve with your own dns server
The rest is exactly the same as mentioned above
Again thanks so much, it took me a while to get this to work, wouldn't have done it without you