I'm migrating from an openSUSE (12.x) CLI home office server to CentOS 6.3.
I can install the CLI CentOS 6.3 fine, but then how do I connect that to my home wifi?
There is a "Configure network" button during the anaconda graphical install, and it has options for wifi, but even setting the wifi here results in no connection when the install finishes and I log into the CLI.
openSUSE has Yast (even for CLI!) where you could configure anything and everything. I see a few system-config-* type commands on CentOS but nothing where I input my wifi SSID and passkey.
Does anybody know which files I need to edit or which commands I need to run to get my CentOS laptop home office server to connect - on boot - to my home wifi?
Thanks a lot.
PS. Does anybody know what the difference is with the different install types on CentOS 6.3? They've got "basic server", "web server", "minimal desktop" and a few more.