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I am very new in RaspBerry. I have installed RaspBian and connect my RaspBerry to my home router and I can connect to it using ssh.

Now I have to do the first configuration by the use of the sudo raspi-config command, I am following this tutorial: http://www.robertawood.com/blog/raspberry-pi/raspberry-pi-initial-setup-headless-no-monitor-or-keyboard-needed/raspberry-pi-initial-setup-part-9-raspi-config.html

As you can see in the previous link show a screenshot of what should I have to see launching the raspi-config application, this is the tutorial screenshot:

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Ok, my doubt is that, executing raspi-config I see a different menu, this one:

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As you can see the menu voices are pretty difference from the tutorial screenshot.

In particular, in the tutorial say that the first operation to do is check that I have the latest version of raspi-config using the update menu voices that I don't have in my menu.

Why my menus is pretty different from the tutorial one? Have I some problem with my RaspBian installation? How can I update my raspi-config if I have not this menu voice?

I have also another doubt: into the USB port of my RaspBerry I have put a wireless network adapter (a TP-LINK, model: TL-WN725N that should be compatible with RaspBerry). Have I to configure it into raspi-config applications or later in some other way?

Tnx

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I'd say that you should update raspi-config and the reboot.

Then you can configure the wifi through the terminal, or just boot into desktop

startx

and then use the GUI.

https://learn.adafruit.com/adafruits-raspberry-pi-lesson-3-network-setup/setting-up-wifi-with-raspbian

  • actually, if anything, that is the up-to-date raspi-config view... – Wilf Jun 2 '14 at 14:02

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