You can also tryshawnanastasio wrote:Assuming you set your adapter up correctly, try using the Wicd-Gtk tool to set up your network through a gui. Simply type the command "sudo apt-get install wicd-gtk" And after a reboot, when typing startx to get into the gui, you should see a little wicd network icon in the bottom right hand corner of the display. Click it and you can setup your wifi network through the gui.
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sudo apt-get install network-config