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Using the Broadcom STA (wl) driver do not work, install the B43 module . Install: sudo apt-get install firmware-b43-installer b43-fwcutter unload both modules: sudo modprobe -r b43 wl load b43 module: sudo modprobe b43 to load b43 module on reboot add it to /etc/module: sudo gedit /etc/modules add b43 at the end of the list to prevent the STA module ...
Braiam answered my question, but I thought it would be helpful to put a thorough walkthrough here. Please update this if I have made any mistakes. First make sure you have two ethernet cards (NICs) and update the /etc/network/interfaces file as such (do not mistake this for the /etc/networks file). iface lo inet loopback ...
I have to go like Jack the ripper due several missing things that you have: If you client will use DHCP to get the IP's you need a DHCP server. iface eth0 inet dhcp In the clients this indicates that they will get their IP's from a DHCP server, if you didn't setup a DHCP server, either you should use fixed IP's or install a DHCP server. You lack of ...
I have figured it out. Apparently I didn't have cifs util installed onto my server. Everything is working now.
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