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I checked out the GSOC (Girl Scouts of Orange County) Raspberry Pi and it comes with an adapter to connect to the wifi. I followed all the instructions in the accompanying binder step-by-step, but was unable to connect to my local wifi network. I even bought a new adapter but still no luck. I tried to establish a connection using different wifi networks at different places as well. Help! Ruba

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  • Hi @ruba, Welcome and nice to meet you. Ah, let me see. I think what you are missing is the following tutorial: (1) How to setup WiFi on Raspberry Pi 2 using USB Dongle – Anusha, Electronics Hub 2017jul07 electronicshub.org/setup-wifi-raspberry-pi-2-using-usb-dongle. You may like to follow the instructions and let us know if you don’t understand something, or get stuck somewhere where. Happy project. Cheers! ) – tlfong01 yesterday   
  • What happens when you boot up the Raspberry? Do you see the little WiFi icon in the task bar (as shown on page 8 of the set-up instructions)? Why do you think you need a WiFi dongle? Most recent models of Raspberry Pi (since 3B & ZeroW) have on-board WiFi. – Dougie yesterday
  • Welcome — but there is almost no information about the GSOC Pi online. You will need to indicate what model of Pi you are talking about and what OS you are using, as well as making explicit the “step-by-step” from a binder stuff, since otherwise we do not know what you have done. – goldilocks 19 hours ago
  • About GSOC: penzu.com/p/9e5ba230. – tlfong01 10 hours ago   

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