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  1. So I just got my Pineapple today and followed the official instructions to the letter. Everything went smooth till I was trying to share my internet connection with the pineapple. SETUP: My Computer (Windows 8.1) is connected to the internet through a wireless connection Pineapple is connected with an ethernet cable When trying to set the static x.x.42.42 IP for my Ethernet interface, I can no longer ping nor access the Pineapple web UI However, when I choose the "bridge connection" option (right clicking on a network adapter) and Windows does it thing, I can access the Web UI BUT it kills my internet connection. Lastly, client mode works fine, the "Show IP" feature under "Network" returns the IP, however I am unable to check for updates, but I believe this to be a separate issue. How do I proceed from here?
  2. What's up guys? Apparently I didn't think this completely through: I have Ubuntu installed on a 32GB SDHC card that I have installed on my Asus G75VW (currently rocking 8.1) and my idea was to use the SD card as the *third HDD on the system (I have both HDD bays used for Win 8.1..probably a mistake but I'll deal with that after the fact..working to SSD) SO when I go to hit ESC to try and boot to the SD card, I can only select between Windows, DVD drive, or only USB (when one is present). When I went to install Ubuntu on the card , I swore I installed GRUB, but it's not even recognizing the drive as a whole. Am I missing something, or does my logic here not work?
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