Debian is by far the distribution I have most used. It’s been one decade since I started using it and it’s been a breeze… if it wasn’t for all the small tweaks I have to do after a fresh install.
It’s quite funny that after these small problems I usually enjoy the same installation for years without any problem. Well, this time is the Wi-Fi connection that stopped working after the first reboot.
This seems to only happen if you set a wireless connection during
install. Weird isn’t it? The whole problem was at the bottom of the
# COMMENT EVERYTHING BELOW !!!! # The primary network interface #allow-hotplug <your-wireless-interface> #iface <your-wireless-interface> inet dhcp # wpa-ssid <the-ssid-you-configured> # wpa-psk <the-password-you-configured>
That’s it, commenting everything out made my Wi-Fi work again!