I did a new screenshot, with the English words, for you. Could you check this part of your configuration ? And also could you configure your wifi connection to use a fix IP ? (with the "setup the connection manually"). ie: 192.168.1.15 if the adress range your router uses is 192.168.1.xxx or 192.168.0.15 if it is a family address where the third group is a 0, and so on...
Don't put "Fr" for the regulatory domain.
Hootiegibbon : I wonder why each time someone has an issue with something in an Openbox version you point out to zram. Is it because it is not currently used in PCLinuxOS ? I regret that it is not, because if it would, we might have people interested to learn how to tweak it according to different configurations, maybe get someone to be interested to make a gui to configure options (activate/deactivate, add more % of the available RAM when there is a lot in a machine, or less for test purpose... create several ramdisks instead of one... with maybe different levels of priorities... Most modern distributions have used Compcache (the project where the use of zram comes from) for a long time now, including some well known rpm distributions, as you can see here
. I have myself used it during several years in several distributions, a very light one, and another, several machines, and never a problem arized due to it's use. You might want to give it a try in one of your Light systems.