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The interfaces files appears wrong. There should be a auto eth0 above the line iface eth0 inet dhcp. The same applies for the other network interfaces as well.
You need to have the file changed with the address you want then run sudo service networking restart or sudo /etc/init.d/network restart MORE INFO The reason that you don't see the new address when you update the file is that it is not dynamic. That file is read one time at startup with the addresses sent to the network controller and not updated until ...
Typically, the Network Manager icon at the top right will show available networks, like this: http://www.techotopia.com/images/d/de/Ubuntu_10.10_networkmanager_menu.jpg Then you click the one you want to connect to and you are challenged for the WPA2 key. If you see no networks, it is possible that your wireless device doesn't yet have a required driver. ...
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