Hi @meemo @Paul,
I’m having trouble with both of my pipers wifi connections (I have twins, so each one got one…)
I’m seeing the same thing that Meemo describes - left clicking on the network icon shows “no wireless interfaces found”.
@meemo - was this ever resolved?
I see all the networks available when I boot and click on the wifi icon - so it looks like the wifi is correctly detecting the presence of the networks, however it can’t connect. Also, since it is an old router that still had WEP turned on I updated the config and am using WEP2-PSK now. And the piper screen detected this change and now puts up “PINBALL,WEP” instead of “WEP,unenctrypted” like it was showing before…
So it detects it but cannot seem to connect…
Also - the ip address that I see in “ifconfig” for wlan0 is 169.254.234.75, which doesn’t look right - I should be seeing 192.168.x.y or something like that, no?
Thanks in advance for any help!