Linux OpenSUSE How-to Enable Lan Network Internet Connection

December 23rd, 2013 by Stalker

The tip Show How-to Enable the LAN Internet Connection Every OpenSUSE Linux Desktop.

This Step is Unnecessary for KDE Desktop that Already Dispose of the KDE Network Applet!

The Result is Easily Achieved Installing and Using the Nicely Performing Gnome Network Manager Applet.

On the Post Bottom You will Find Links to Guides on Installing the Google-Chrome Browser and Evernote Clone on OpenSUSE Linux.

Enabling LAN Network Internet Connection OpenSUSE Linux - Featured
  1. How-to Enable the User Managed Network:

    OpenSUSE User Network SetUp
  2. Open Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)

  3. Install Gnome Network Manager

    sudo su

    If Got “User is Not in Sudoers file” then Look: Solution

    zypper install NetworkManager-gnome
  4. Start Gnome Network Manager Applet

    nm-applet &

    Ctrl+c to Close Command.

  5. Check-Up working interfaces:

    ifconfig
  6. Testing Internet Connection:
    ping -c 2 google.com
  7. How-to Install Google-Chrome on OpenSUSE:

    Install Chrome for OpenSUSE

    How-to Install Evernote on Linux OpenSUSE:

    Install Evernote for OpenSUSE
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