Thx Pedro for your script. Unfortunately I have to configure the device first (eth1) but the device is not available in ceni (because the driver is not loaded)
This morning a received another frustrating blow from antiX:
Being frustrated and confused I plugged in my USB key with the antiX iso to do a fresh install on harddisk, I had the impression that there was too much chaos after all my attempts. This time (in Live mode and without setting anything before except language & time zone) I opened the control center -> Network and started ceni. In the first screen it already showed the wifi device, this time with the wl driver! All I had to do is
- accepting the defaults,
- let it scan and find my network,
- fill in the password, leaving all other options on default settings
Being happy I started the harddisk installation from this same session. In the screen of services to be started it listed "wicd - wireless connection". Installation was fast, I rebooted and now:
No network connection. Opening ceni I see the device but with the wrong driver (b43)! Back to start!
How can that be that in Live mode the system selects the wl driver and after configuring the device and testing successfully the system installs the wrong driver? As the system uses the wl driver in Live mode this driver must be available in the iso, so no downloading and installing should be necessary!
Could anybody give a logic explanation for that?
I'm not far from looking elsewhere, I'm not used to a system pulling my leg.