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Old 09-26-2012, 06:20 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by gslash View Post
In order to make the browser work, did you try issuing the command:
dbus-send --system /default com.lab126.wifid.cmConnected
after much messing about with stuff from this thread and elsewhere, i've got my k4 connected to my ad-hoc network (mobile phone hotspot, joikuspot), and i can ping, wget etc, but the framework/browser won't acknowledge the connection... the above command doesn't work, does anyone know anything else that might? thanks
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