How to Give an Internet Access to PardusARM Running Raspberry Pi

About: My name is Bay Yolal, hello everybody!

Today, I am going to show you how to give an internet access to PardusARM v3 operating system runs in Raspberry Pi 2 Model B v1.1 board. As you know, Pardus's name comes from Anatolian Pars, to be scientific, the name is Panthera Pardus Tulliana. On this instructable, I aim to help you to connect internet.

The need list:

1. Raspberry Pi 2 Model B v1.1 (With HDMI monitor, mouse, keyboard, min 8GB class 10 micro SD Card, card reader, adapter e.t.c.)

2. PardusARM (How to install Pardus for Raspberry Pi 2)

Step 1: There Are Three Different Solutions to Access Internet

Yes, there are there common ways to access internet.

  1. Using ethernet cable to access internet
  2. Using wireless fiction to access internet
  3. Using Android phone's available internet connection to share to Pardus
  4. Using iPhone's available internet connection to share to Pardus

Step 2: Solution1: Using Ethernet Cable To​ Give an Internet Access

This step is about using ethernet cable to provide internet connection to Pardus.

The need list:

1. Your modem in your home/workplace

2. Long enough ethernet cable from your modem to your Raspberry Pi board near.

3. (Optional) Ethernet cable connector

The process:

No need to do extra things in terminal. Internet connection is building automatically. Now, you have an internet access.

Step 3: Solution 2: Using Wireless Fiction to Access Internet

This step is about using wireless ficton to provide internet connection to Pardus.

The need list:

1. Your modem in your home/workplace

2. Usb Wi-Fi dongle device (Alias: USB Wireless Adapter)

The process:

First of all, plug in your usb wi-fi dongle device to Raspberry Pi board's one of available usb ports.

While Pardus is running on Raspberry Pi 2, open LXTerminal from bottom panel and type these code then enter to update Pardus. (This updates the list of available packages and their versions, but it does not install or upgrade any packages.):

sudo apt-get update

When asked password, if you didn't change, use pardus as a password. After this, type this. (This actually installs newer versions of the packages you have. After updating the lists, the package manager knows about available updates for the software you have installed.) When asked type "e" to continue:

sudo apt-get upgrade

After this, type this. (This will then remove all of the reduntant packages after the latest upgrade) When asked type "e" to continue:

sudo apt-get autoremove

After all these, type this code to list your usb devices. Check your usb wifi dongle device's name among the lines

sudo lsusb

When asked, type password as pardus. In the list:

Bus 001 Device 036: ID 148f:5370 Ralink Technology Corp. RT5370 Wireless Adaptor

The device ID and device number can alter. It may be different on you.

sudo lsmod

This code shows which drivers and kernel modules are loaded in your board. I took a picture, check it to see my list. On there, rt2800usb and rt2... should be available.

Now, we are going to do some modifications, but first take a backup.

sudo nano /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf

This will open an editor. Write these:


To save, CTRL+O then enter. To return to terminal CTRL+X. Now go on with this code:

sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces


That's all !



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