The OP mentions the WiPi so I assume he's using Farnells WiFi dongle (http://uk.farnell.com/element14/wipi/do ... =lookahead#)itimpi wrote:Your question seems to imply that you think the Pi has built-in WiFi? This is not the case. You have built-in wired Ethernet (the eth0 connection), but WiFi requires a USB WiFi dongle.
As long as you know the chipset and have drivers for this your dongle would work on any operating system that supports Wifi.I've since read somewhere that the WiPi only works on Debian, Anyone know if this is the case?
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