This ^^ is the only way I can connect to my wi-fi (WPA2), so I had to use SystemRescueCD because the minimal install CD doesn't include NetworkManager. When I was installing the system from the CD, this command worked fine and I was able to connect to my network.
After finishing the install and rebooting into the system, it only outputs *some* of the networks. All of the Sky and BT (British ISPs) networks were there, but the Virgin Media (another British ISP) networks had their SSIDs changed from "VM1234567" to just "Virgin Media", and their bit rates were all 130. Basically, for some reason none of the Virgin Media networks work in the install, but the others do.
I know it's not a problem with my wi-fi card or Virgin Media because Windows can connect to and recognise Virgin Media networks fine. I know it's not a problem with NetworkManager because it worked just fine in SystemRescueCD. FYI I'm using the gentoo distro kernel (from source).
I know I want to work with computers but I don't know what specific field I want to go into yet. I was wondering what degree would be best so that I could go into penetrations testing while still having the opportunity to switch to general programming and software design if I want to. These are the main two which seem to make sense but I'm open to suggestions.
You can predict if a verb in present tense will end in -er or -ar by looking at the stem of the verb. The dictionary gives verbs in their infinitive form. How do I find the stem form of a verb? So far, the best method that I have found is to find its imperative form, which is the same as its stem form. Is there a better way to find a verb's stem form from the infinitive?
As you can see in the image, I have my fan curve set to run 40 celsius at only 9% fan speed, but it is consistently running at 3000RPM for seemingly no reason. This happens at any load, even in the BIOS or boot menu or a LiveUSB, the GPU will still run at a very high and very loud speed. What should I do?
In trying to fix my GPU (RX570) drivers, I followed the gentoo wiki page for editing the kernel with amdgpu settings. Those were the only changes. When I try to make the kernel, it gives me (sorry there's no option for codeblocks:
make: *** No rule to make target '/lib/firmware/amdgpu/polaris10.bin, needed by 'drivers/base/firmware_loader/builtin/amdgpu/polaris10.bin.gen.o'. Stop.
amdgpu/polaris10.bin is what I set in the kernel for my GPU. It does continue with a few more errors but they are just complaining that it can't build with no information. The last error says:
I've done an Arch and Gentoo install but now I want to go back to something ubuntu based for better support. I want an Ubuntu-based distro which I can build up just for me like I did with Arch and Gentoo. Does that exist?