Fatdog is a standalone linux-based-style operating system that has some connection to puppy Linux although it is not pupply Linux. It's fatter and different, it's an open source linux. It's a great environment to work in - has good graphics tools, development tools, word processing, games, a lot of great stuff.
The problem I have is that when I browse the Internet with SeaMonkey (a new Mozilla), I set up my Internet connection with wpa_gui no problem. I click connect, and it then gets a base id, then an IP address, and I'm connected. The problem is the connection constantly fails. After 1, 2, or 3 or more browses, the connection no longer works. It's a wireless connection. None of my other machines have this problem - they are all windows. Perhaps I should go to a static IP address? After all, it always DHCP's me the same IP address. But I don't know the answer of what to do when an Internet connection fails periodically soon after the first browse. I have not downloaded the source code to see if that's the problem - I doubt it. It's probably something else. Just wondering if anyone has experience, knowledge, or a suggestion how to deal with this. I constantly have to disconnect, then click connect again. It seems like it hangs because it does't give up until I hit disconnect. Most of the time, I can only browse once, then I have to click disconnect and connect again.
Any help appreciated.
Edited by PetarSickey, 30 September 2016 - 08:58 AM.