- Getting started with TealinuxOS
- TealinuxOS Installation
- Migration and Upgrade
- Introducing Desktop Environment
- Settings and Options
- Default App Introduction
- Network and Internet Connection
- Printing and Scanning
- Managing Installed Apps
- Maintaining Computer Securoty
- Administrative Tasks
- Command Line
Network and Internet Connection
→ Settings → Network Connection
or click the
NetworkManager icon located in panel
The network connection in TealinuxOS Pappermint uses a network connection to manage networks using wired, wireless networks, mobile broadband, VPN and DSL connections. Network connection will connect your computer automatically with the network, but the first connection usually requires security information to connect to the network.
To disconnect the network click on the
NetworkManager icon located on the panel then click
If you want to configure your network, In the Netwok Connection dialog box you will see the existing network connections. Choose either to set the configuration or you can add a new network connection by selecting
You can share a connection to another computer using an Ethernet cable. For the setting click the icon
NetworkManager → Edit then select
Add in the dialog box select the type of connection you want, After clicking the create button on the tab
IPv4 Settings select the method used.
If your network connection is not working perfectly you can use some way to find your connection error.
- Using the NetworkManager icon
NetworkManager → Information. If the information is disabled it is probably because your computer is not connected to the network.
- Using ifconfig
Open terminal (short cut terminal guake: F12)
Type the ifconfig command then enter.
This ifconfig will show your connection information includes the connection name, IP address in inet addr, and MAC address in Hwaddr.
To check whether your chef is working or not you can test it through ping.
- Open the terminal
type the command
If the connection is successful you will receive a message in the form of the number of packet statistics transmitted. If you get the
ping: unknown host tealinuxos.org then your computer may not be connected to the internet and can not reach the Domain Name System (DNS) server.
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