No Wifi

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Re: No Wifi

Postby stevepusser » 2019-01-31 17:39

Based on your answers, I have to sincerely doubt that Debian is the best choice for you to start learning Linux. :(
Some other Debian derivatives offer GUI front-ends to hardware information tools, and there are even some in the Debian repos, but you seem to be unwilling to learn even the basics--like learning to drive a car, but looking at the speedometer and staying under the limit is "too technical with all those numbers".
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Re: No Wifi

Postby Head_on_a_Stick » 2019-01-31 18:39

^ +1
asd345 wrote:tell me what to write where

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journalctl -r

^ This will show the logs in reverse order so run that command just after you experience the problem then copy&paste any error messages into a search engine.

You may have to run the command as root unless your normal user is a member of the systemd-journal group.
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