• Antegros does not have Internet connection


    Hello,

    I have installed antergros and I am wondering now, why I don’t have any web connection.

    I have luck, that I have other Linux-Distributions on my machine, and they have good web connection via my Frizbox.

    Is there a simple console command to connect the system to router?

    Regards
    Freecaster

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

  • Hello,

    I have installed antergros and I am wondering now, why I don’t have any web connection.

    I have luck, that I have other Linux-Distributions on my machine, and they have good web connection via my Frizbox.

    Is there a simple console command to connect the system to router?

    Regards
    Freecaster

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

  • Hi there,

    I’m am assuming that you had internet in the livecd since you said you completed installation? That’s strange for it not to carry over but nothing serious. If you chose GNOME, Xfce, or Openbox you can enable and then reset your network connection with:

    “sudo systemctl enable NetworkManager && sudo systemctl restart NetworkManager”

    If you installed Razor-QT, the network is managed with an application called connman which has a GUI that is installed “QT-Connman”.

    Please let me know if you have anymore trouble. Welcome to Antergos

    Best Regards,

  • Hello lots.0.logs,

    yes I done razor-qt installation, and while the installation I had internet connection (without it I couldn’t install antergos

    Hmmm I have problem with qt-connman: I can’t find it in the menu, or through command line in terminal.

    Where is the problem?

    Cheers
    Freecaster

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

  • The package is called actually named “qconnman-ui”

  • Also @Freecaster, you may from time-to-time need to find a package with a certain name, or partial name. To do this, you can use the command:

    pacman -Ss connman
    

    Which, for example, should give you this listing:
    community/connman 1.19-1
    Wireless LAN network manager
    antergos/qconnman 20130512-1
    A Qt ConnMan management interface.
    antergos/qconnman-ui 20130512-1 <== As you can see, this is the one you were having trouble finding.
    A Qt ConnMan UI management interface.

    However, if you wish to also check in the AUR, and you have ‘packer’ installed, you can use:

    packer --aur -Ss connman
    

    Which should give you something like this:

    community/connman 1.19-1
    Wireless LAN network manager
    antergos/qconnman 20130512-1
    A Qt ConnMan management interface.
    antergos/qconnman-ui 20130512-1
    A Qt ConnMan UI management interface.
    aur/connman-dispatcher 0.0.1-7 (0)
    Call scripts on network changes
    aur/connman_dmenu-git 15.2807b3d-1 (3)
    taylorchu’s connman_dmenu repo (git version)
    aur/connman-git 1.15.17.g0515b22-1 (9)
    Wireless LAN network manager (git version)
    aur/connman-gnome-git 0.0.0-1 (0)
    A connman GNOME user interface
    aur/connman-ui-git 20130323-2 (5)
    connman client - git checkout
    aur/econnman 1-1 (29)
    Enlightenment ConnMan user interface
    aur/econnman-git 1.22.a9f57df-1 (30)
    Enlightenment ConnMan user interface - Development version
    aur/libconnman-qt-git 20130706-1 (0)
    Qt bindings for ConnMan
    aur/python2-connman-dispatcher 0.0.5-1 (0)
    Call scripts on network changes
    aur/qconnman-git 2:3b25753-1 (1)
    QConnman Library (Qt)
    aur/qconnman-ui-git 1:6825d3b-1 (2)
    A Qt ConnMan management interface
    aur/telepathy-mission-control-slim 5.14.0-1 (0)
    A Telepathy component providing abstraction of some of the details of connection managers. With no GNOME and NM/ConnMan dependecies.

    The numbers in parenthesizes are how many votes the AUR package received.

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  • Hi there again!

    I have reinstalled Antergros, this time with XFCE and I have now network connection to my router and I have Internet!

    Many thanks to all, who tried to help me!

    Kind regards
    Freecaster

    [img:37xo6dtq]http://antergos.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/logo.gif[/img:37xo6dtq]

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