October 4th, 2003, 06:05 PM
Help, Help Linux Newbie
I have hope that some one can help me out here,,, i have a PIII where there are two harddisks on one there is Windows 98 and on the other there is a Linux 9, Than i have a PI on which i have installed only Linux 7 ( Red Hat on both).
I wana Do the Networking between both of them, i have Lan card in both the system,,, an anyone help me ut with it,,, any sort of information is welcommed,,,,, even if you can tell me some webstie to reffer.
October 4th, 2003, 06:29 PM
October 4th, 2003, 06:36 PM
well since it's redhat,
lets see if they have faqs (Frequently Asked Questions).
And while we are at it.. A Linux Newbie guide..
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October 4th, 2003, 09:04 PM
To configure networking for your LAN (Linux side) use Linuxconf, do the following:
1. Open the Linuxconf configuration tool
2. Select Config/Networking/Client Tasks/Basic Host Information from the menu
3. Click the adaptor tab and find your network card
4. Addressing information can be assigned here
BOOTP (replaced by DHCP in many cases)
Select DHCP if your router is configured to serve IP addresses
Create an alias for your machine (FQDN) Fully Qualified Domain Name
Do the same on each system and make sure they have the same subnet and IP address range
Set gateway (usually router) if router is used or this could be a single system
All of the above can be done with the GUI or command line if you feel brave
check www.redhat.com for FAQ's and the docs that come with your software. If you downloaded....download the manuals.
Go to a computer store and pickup a book Red Hat Bible..A good book
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