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Malcolm Shore

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  1. Hi - thanks for the advice, I experienced the same problem and fixed it as above by manually setting the IP address to
  2. Hi, Just a follow up on Windows 10 ICS issue/fix you've explained so well (thank you!). I connected the Nano to my Windows 10 laptop, it sets itself up just fine and configures the network (which comes up as Network 2 in my Network Connections panel). I can browse to the Pineapple just fine on port 1471. As soon as I set internet sharing on my WiFi network and select the Nano network in the drop down box, it reconfigures the Nano network and shows as an "Unknown Network". I switch off ICS, it comes back to Network 2 again and I'm fine - except I have no internet sharing. So back to setting internet sharing again. Ipconfig shows So, this is the same problem that you reported. I followed the fix instruictions. I changed the adapter manually to via the IPv4 properties/Advanced, then disabled and enabled the adapter, but to no avail - the network persisted as "Unknown" and ipconfig showed just an 1pv6 address. No amount of disabling and enabling correctedd this. So, this is not the same fix. I resolved it finally by setting the IP address to - the network continued to say it was an unidentified network, but everything now works for internet connectivity. Anyway, just a bit more information on the issue.
  3. I have a 128Gb SD Card mounted in my Nano (firmware 1.1.3). The SD card has been formatted via the GUI (USB drop down), but subsequent to formatting (and many restarts) does not appear in the left hand table. However, when I SSH into the Nano: fdisk -l shows: /dev/sda 134.2Gb /dev/sda1....130062240 blocks....Linux /dev/sda2.......1004031 blocks.....Linux ls /dev/sdcard -all shows sd -> /dev/sda sd1 -> /dev/sda1 sd2 -> /dev/sda2 /etc/config/fstab shows target '/sd' device '/dev/sdcard/sd1' fstype 'auto' etc ls /mnt shows sda1 cd /mnt/sda1 allows me to change directory to sda1, and I can create files on the sd card. So the card has been mounted, and is working at least at the command line. However, the Advanced Tab in the WiFi Pineapple, while it allows me to format the sdcard, does not show /dev/sda1 in the left-hand window and I can only save infusions to internal storage. Everything seems to be configuredd correctly, but for some reason the nano interface just isn't picking it up. Can anyone provide some guidance here? What am I missing?
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