I should point out that I wouldn't know how to write and bootup script or even what programs to use to do it. I'm a bit of a noob at this sort of thing I'm afraid. If anyone could expand on what to do and how to do it I'd have a go otherwise I guess I'm just gonna have to type it in when I need the webMithrildor said:yeah, just write a bootup script doing this
puppydee said:Is there any way to get the pandora to execute "sudo ifconfig usb0 down" in terminal on startup automatically or a permanent solution to turning off the usb internet function thing that that command does? It's just because every time I boot I have to type the command in to get my internet to work properly and I wondered if this could be done on startup somehow easily. It's no biggy but would be great if it's possible
sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
auto USB0 iface USB0 inet static address 192.168.1.202 netmask 255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.1.254
OK, I'm having this same problem. I set up wifi, and it says it's connected, good signal, but no browser will work. Where am I supposed to enter this line of code? On my pandora somewhere? I'm not sure how to imput this line of code.puppydee said:My problem is now fixed! and the solution was to typeinto terminal which was kindly pointed out to me by Pleng and which was originally suggested by WizardStan in another thread so BIG thanks guys you ROCK. Thanks to everyone else who helped out along the wayCode:
sudo ifconfig usb0 down
Got it!Prometheus said:You need to enter that into a terminal window. If you're using Xfce, click on the Pandora menu button and look right at the top of the list - just click that.