When I boot from Ubuntu 9.04 liveCD, I can use my wireless internet. I have no idea how this tool is called, but it is in the upper right corner, lets me choose among detected wireless networks, enter key, etc.
When I use apt-get in terminal (being in LiveCD) it's all OK, internet connection works and aptitude downloads everything it needs.
Is there a way to keep using this connection even after chrooting into somewhere else?
I need to chroot to my "real" Ubuntu install in order to fix it (got messed up). So I do chroot /media/disk and from there on I have no internet connection in terminal. So if I use apt-get install ubuntu-desktop, apt-get complains about not being able to resolve ubuntu http repository urls or something like that. Exactly as if I boot into real, messed up Ubuntu install I want to fix, because it has no working internet either.