Switch: Uses Wifi for internet connection Linux on Windows: Uses Wifi for internet connection Third machine: runs access point that offers wifi connection to internet Is Pegaswitch able to run on that Linux on Windows machine and allow Switch to work with homebrew? If Linux on Windows machine installs Pegaswitch, it will try to offer DNS service over Wifi right? But if the Linux on Windows does not itself first connect to the internet, then Pegaswitch will always use 127.0.0.1 as listening port (local loop address can't be used in Switch) If Linux on Windows connects first to internet (via wifi), then it can't offer DNS service right? Does that mean Linux on Windows machine must have wired connection to internet? I am having trouble understanding how I can get Switch on 3.0 to connect. Where do you set a global DNS ip to use? I find each DNS setting is within a registered connection. But to get a registered connection that uses your own DNS, you must use manual connection and input the SSID manually (plus password). But if that is done, you can connect, but it won't get past the dialog checking for internet connection. If Pegaswitch is doing DNS service (port 53), that means the Third machine must offer DNS the Pegaswitch DNS IP? Odd. Stuck when Switch is in the Dialog with "Console -> Network Device -> Internet" The Third machine offers an IP so Console and Network Device becomes blue. However it tries to go to Internet (fails because I am trying to use Linux on Windows to offer DNS service, and it won't be able to check internet?) How do you get pass this dialog so that Linux on Windows can provide the code to initialize Switch? Switch is getting stuck on the dialog before I can even go into System Update to try to check version.