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CentOS 7 : ip addresses in ifconfig and in network-script are different

Given the CentOS server-like machine: $ uname -a Linux labsm 3.10.0-693.21.1.el7.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Mar 7 19:03:37 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux EDIT My initial problem was that local ...
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kali linux no wifi networks pop up. vmware [duplicate]

I'm using vm ware and my wired connecting works but by my wireless wifi connecting there don't show a network up. Operating system : windows 10, virtualization : vmware workstation pro 15.
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Is there a timeout for the networksetup command on macOS?

I want to set a 1 second timeout for networksetup so the command does not take longer than 2 seconds at most.
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Wi-Fi Network Device Not Ready (firmware missing)

I have installed Debian 9 Stretch on my PC. I cannot connect to the Wi-Fi because it says that a firmware is missing. I didn't have this problem when I have Lubuntu installed. It was looking for brcm/...
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The Enter key do not work for choose the option when in setup in the VM

I use VMware Fusion create a CentOS VM, and in the VM, I use setup to config the network, but when I enter into this interface, I can not choose the option, I press Enter there is no response. And ...
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Connected network cable ==> USB Wi-Fi crashed

I have two computers running CentOS7, and connected to the internet (of an Android mobile WiFi AP) via two adapters USB Wi-Fi. Trying to create a local wired network, I connected them with a rj45 ...
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How to use WiFi in Opensuse 42.1

In superuser I did ifconfig and it detects my USB WiFi dongle. But I can't seem to work out how to set it up to connect to any networks. I'm not new to Linux but it's the first time I've used Suse. ...
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Help connecting to wifi on Arch Linux [closed]

I'm trying to install Arch Linux on a dual boot (overwriting a root partition that previously had Fedora). I connected to WiFi easily enough on the installation USB but can't manage to on the real ...
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How do you change HTTPS proxy settings with networksetup?

To set it for HTTP, I do this: networksetup -setwebproxy "Wi-Fi" 127.0.0.1 9595 But I want to know how to set it up for HTTPS as well. Any idea?