I've been trying to setup my raspberry pi and preconfigure the SD card for wifi before plugging it into my pi. I started using the instructions here. Originally, my pi was already preconfigured for XBox Media Center when I bought it, but I wiped the SD card (SanDisk) when I followed these instructions. In the first article, the author says that once Raspbian is installed on my SD card, I should be able to use 'sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces' to access the interfaces file and begin configuring the Pi for wifi. However, when I try this command, Nano clearly indicates that this is a new file in a new directory, so it did not exist after the Raspbian installation. I changed directories into the disk (/Volumes/boot/) and do not see the etc directory anywhere. Instead I have:
bootcode.bin cmdline.txt config.txt fixup_cd.dat fixup_x.dat issue.txt kernel.img LICENSE.oracle start_cd.elf start_x.elf start.elf
I cd'd into bootcode.bin, but did not find the etc folder. I've tried searching for what contents should be in the SD card after I complete the installation, but every guide just shows what the output should look like after running the dd command, then says 'plug in the pi and boot it'. I don't have a monitor, keyboard or mouse available to do this so I have to run a headless setup. Can someone please explain if I've installed this incorrectly?