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Apr
6
revised Debian Wheezy won't recognize wireless card after installation
Added some more information
Apr
6
revised Debian Wheezy won't recognize wireless card after installation
Added some more information
Apr
5
comment Debian Wheezy won't recognize wireless card after installation
@FaheemMitha: 192.168.1.70 is the address of the ethernet card attached to the router via a cable. It got the address via DHCP. This is not the wireless card. The laptop has two other cards besides the wireless card, so I assume that none of eth0 and eth1 are the wireless card. As far as I understand, the wireless card is not listed at all.
Apr
5
revised Debian Wheezy won't recognize wireless card after installation
Added information as requested in a comment.
Apr
5
comment Debian Wheezy won't recognize wireless card after installation
@FaheemMitha: The card remained plugged in the whole time.
Apr
5
revised Debian Wheezy won't recognize wireless card after installation
Added information as requested in a comment.
Apr
5
asked Debian Wheezy won't recognize wireless card after installation
Mar
14
comment Different console font sizes on two installations of debian wheezy
Yes, I mean the virtual consoles, and also the console that appears during boot. I am not sure if that is a virtual console already: as far as I understand, at least part of the boot logging is shown before the virtual consoles are started.
Mar
14
comment Different console font sizes on two installations of debian wheezy
@Faheem Mitha: Are the text consoles also controlled by the X server? Anyway, I don't have this file on either system.
Mar
14
revised Different console font sizes on two installations of debian wheezy
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Mar
14
comment Different console font sizes on two installations of debian wheezy
It can be that I chose desktop in the installer only for one instance but I am not sure any more. Does gnome get installed on a non-desktop installation (that would be the older one)?
Mar
14
comment Different console font sizes on two installations of debian wheezy
@Faheem Mitha: Yes. I suppose X was chosen automatically when installing the gnome desktop.
Mar
14
asked Different console font sizes on two installations of debian wheezy
Feb
4
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
25
awarded  Curious
Dec
24
accepted Untrusted package apt-transport-https
Dec
24
comment Untrusted package apt-transport-https
Updating fixed the problem. Thanks.
Dec
24
asked Untrusted package apt-transport-https
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
21
comment scp does not transfer files correctly
Problem solved: following the indications in the accepted answer I check my desktop's memory and found out it was not working properly. I replaced the RAM and then transferred the files again: all md5 files verify correctly now.