I got Debian 11 installed on my laptop as Standard System Utils. I've been having issues with the network card that I have when installing so I couldn't connect to my network in the installation but got the firmware for my network card after installation and it's running (hopefully) correctly when I check
lspci which gives
01:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Wireless-AC 9260 (rev29) as well as checking
systemctl status networking which gives
Loaded: loaded (lib/systemd/system/networking.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: active(exited) in the block of code.
/etc/network/interfaces only gives me the loopback network interface as well as in
I want to connect to my network but I can't figure it out. I've checked on guides and such but most of the commands for those packages I don't have. I tried installing NetworkManager from my usb but gave me an error saying that
dpkg: error: unknown option -n after entering
dpkg -install /mnt/network-manager_1.30.0-2_amd64.deb. Anyone know how I can connect to my network?
dpgk -i packageOR
dpkg --install package! With
dpkg -installit assumes that both
-n, as well as
-l(twice) are all selected as option flags, but most, like
-ndo not exist for
dpkg. Thus the error message.