I am running VL 5.8 Standard and am setting up my Toshiba laptop to access the internet via a wired broadband connection via a 3Com card and adapter. So far this has gone surprisingly well; I just used VASM's networking setup section to run Netconfig (suggested basic options) and the internet connection is working well - faster than my other (Windoze) machine with a wireless adapter!
The problem is, when I switch off the computer and switch it on again later, I have lost the connectivity I had established in the previous session. How can I make this a permanent feature and not have to set it up afresh each session?
« Last Edit: April 26, 2008, 06:31:24 am by Martin109 »
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