Re: cable modem issue
- From: Chazz Mevoli <cmevoli afsa com>
- To: lee <lee imyourhandiman com>
- Cc: "redhat-list redhat com" <redhat-list redhat com>, gnome list <gnome-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: cable modem issue
- Date: Thu, 04 Jan 2001 16:04:44 -0500
I'm not sure about Redhat since all my servers are SUSE. If your eth0 entry shows up
when you do a ifconfig, then your dhcpcd daemon is working correctly. Check to ensure
your /etc/resolv.conf file is being created and that the dns servers in it are correct.
Try outputting your ifconfig / resolv.conf / route -n / ect... and email them to me. I'm
going home for the day now, but returning tomorrow morning.
> nadda......tried all that and nothing..command seems to just hang after several
> seconds it just gives back command prompt......netscape doesn't give page
> error similar to dns numbers not being there for example.....but aftrer dhcpcd
> times out then it does.....
> i've tried all readmes i can find......i have kernel set to use the generic
> module for my de4x5.0 which seems to comply with my SMC 8432 NIC......? ( there
> is no module for my SMC8432 directly )
> ::::when i installed redhat 7 i didn't install the network option.....the one
> near top of screen on that section of install........because i'm not on network
> myself .end user small business....BUT is that possible trouble that some
> aspect of network config etc. are mising and not allowing all this to
> jive?.....never configured a network aside from ppp so I don't know ........
> willing to offer output of anything or my config files.....but basically i used
> the http addy below as it seemed to fit of course minus the redhat 6 part since
> ihave 7......thats what i'm wondering as did 7 make any changes that will
> affect the info at that url:?
> sorry for long email trying to give all info for a sollution..........
> Chazz Mevoli wrote:
> > Get a program called dhcpcd and compile/install it (if not already on your
> > system).
> > Then, type the following at the prompt as root:
> > dhcpcd eth1
> > ...
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