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The instalation of void linux , without desktop manager, it's come without Network-Manager package,

  • so i can't use nmtui and iwctl as arch linux.
  • also void linix it's not support system.d , it's runit system
  • what's the better why to connect to wifi in first time:
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  • See the first link in my answer.
    – GAD3R
    May 8, 2021 at 23:05
  • Updating with the same content of the answer, discouraging people from answering your questions next time.
    – GAD3R
    May 8, 2021 at 23:18

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  • First, you must create the correct configuration using wpa_passphrase (do not confused wpa_passphrase and wpa_supplicant):
$ wpa_passphrase "wifi-name" "password" >> /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
  • Then, find your device name (like wlan0), by executing
$ ip link
  • Start wpa-supplicant, but change wlan0 to your device name
# wpa_supplicant -B -i wlan0 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
  • Finally, link service to runit by
# ln -s /etc/sv/wpa_supplicant /var/service

To test your connection, you can try

$ ping wikipedia.org

When you reboot your machine, the connection configuration will be lost. You would have to run wpa-supplicant again. Alternatively, you can add the following line to your ~/.profile or ~/.bash_profile or ~/.bashrc (for zsh add to ~/.zprofile or ~/.zshrc; for ~/.xnitrc, add with & at the end):

wpa_supplicant -B -i wlan0 -c /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
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To connect to WPA/WPA2, you need to install the wpa_supplicant or iwd.

Here is how to connect to wifi from cli (Answers on U&L):

To use nmcli or nmtui, you need to install the NetworkManager package.

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  • i get some answer from arch wiki and boid docs , the main problem how connect in first time
    – nextloop
    May 8, 2021 at 23:06
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Like if you want to use network manager and just chroot into ur void after installation and install network manager and when you log in you can use nmtui. I personally use connman and iwd

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