firefox "server not found" problem

no no i am sorry i thought i needded to type in nano "ping google.com" and "nameserver 8.8.8.8"
that's fine, thanks for explaining what you did. What you need to do is open a terminal. You can find this in the menu, it's usually a black icon with a white > displayed. Then you need to type the following and press enter.
Code:
ping -c3  ping google.com
And then after you do that also type the following and press enter.
Code:
ping -c3 8.8.8.8
Then share the output here.
 


that's fine, thanks for explaining what you did. What you need to do is open a terminal. You can find this in the menu, it's usually a black icon with a white > displayed. Then you need to type the following and press enter.
Code:
ping -c3  ping google.com
And then after you do that also type the following and press enter.
Code:
ping -c3 8.8.8.8
Then share the output here.
when i did the first command it showed me a list with options that tell you for example: -a use audible ping.
and then when i typed the second command it said ping: connect: network is unreachable
 
when i did the first command it showed me a list with options that tell you for example: -a use audible ping.
and then when i typed the second command it said ping: connect: network is unreachable
That means you don't have an active network connection on that computer. Are you posting on the forum here with your phone or another device?

Can you run the following three commands in the terminal and share the output, so share the what you get when you run that here?
Code:
lspci |grep -i network
ip a
ip route
 
That means you don't have an active network connection on that computer. Are you posting on the forum here with your phone or another device?

Can you run the following three commands in the terminal and share the output, so share the what you get when you run that here?
Code:
lspci |grep -i network
ip a
ip route
i am posting this on my phone. when i put the first cmd it showed me my network controller (which is a wireless adapter)
when i put the second cmd it showed me: "lo: <LOOPBACK,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 65536 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN group default qlen 1,000 and then showed me other some other stuff (eno1 and wlp4s0)
and when i put the third code it showed me nothing. like it just said $
 
i am posting this on my phone. when i put the first cmd it showed me my network controller (which is a wireless adapter)
when i put the second cmd it showed me: "lo: <LOOPBACK,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 65536 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN group default qlen 1,000 and then showed me other some other stuff (eno1 and wlp4s0)
and when i put the third code it showed me nothing. like it just said $
Can you take a picture and post that, I want to see what it shows exactly not what it partially shows from a description in words?
 
Can you take a picture and post that, I want to see what it shows exactly not what it partially shows from a description in words?
alright. if you need a more clear pic tell me
 

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alright. if you need a more clear pic tell me
Your wireless interface has an ip adress, what happens when you ping your default gateway? That would probably be this?
Code:
ping -c3 192.168.1.1
Can you take a picture of that and share the output of that?
 
Your wireless interface has an ip adress, what happens when you ping your default gateway? That would probably be this?
Code:
ping -c3 192.168.1.1
Can you take a picture of that and share the output of that?
here
 

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let me send you the original image.
Your default gateway was different then my guess, so run the following and share the output with a picture?
Code:
ping -c3 192.168.1.13
 
here it is.
 

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I don't see any dropped packets, but I don't see very many packets at all. What happens if you leave this up for an hour or two
and then run that command.
 
Well, I'm sure it did something. How about...

resolvectl
WAIT i think i found the problem. on firefox it says "your browser is being managed by your organisation" and it disabled all cookies and stuff. plus when i change the settings, they revert back
 

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