Hello Sam,

> Thanks for those scripts! After reading through the create-my-sysvms.sh
> script, I am a little more confused as to why my templates aren"t
> working.
> [...]
> When I start up mine it shows the ethernet interface, but it can"t find
> the wireless interface.

I guess you are missing some neccesary drivers in your (new minimal) sys-net VM.
I suggest the following:
Just switch the template of your new sys-net VM, which is currently using the 
fedora-25-minimal template with the ("full size") fedora image:

#kill all VMs
qvm-kill sys-usb
qvm-kill sys-firewall
qvm-kill sys-net

#Show current template
qvm-prefs -l sys-net | grep template

# Switch template
qvm-prefs -s sys-net template fedora-25

Then start all VMs and check if you can see the wifi card.
If so this means that there is just some driver or module missing in your 
minimal sys-net VM.

An easy approach might to just keep the fedora-25 instead of the 
fedora-25-minimal template.
But solving thing is better than living with workarrounds :-)
Can you enter the lspci or comannd in dom0 and look which Wifi adapter you are 
using lspci | grep Network might be easier to find your wifi card.
Please send the full line of what is shown there, in my case for example:

[USER@dom0 ~]$ lspci | grep Network
00:19.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82579LM Gigabit Network 
Connection (rev 04)
02:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation Centrino Advanced-N 6205 [Taylor 
Peak] (rev 34)

We'll look from there what needs to be done to get wifi working in your sys-net 
VM when you choose the minimal template.


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