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Re: Getting DHCP to work/f10 declines to start network



On Sun, Dec 21, 2008 at 11:48 PM, tom <tfreeman intel digichem net> wrote:
>
> I'm giving f10 a try on a new disk, and therefor a fresh install.
> I'm supposed to be picking up (and was with f8) the ip4 address
> from a dnsmasq server via dhcp, but f10 is barfing. Well, not
> entirely, as the IP6 style networking shows on ifconfig, but since
> I don't want IP6 networking at this moment, that isn't exactly
> usefull.
>
> Now since I dislike Network Manage on a desktop machine, and would
> prefe to have the network come up during boot, what is the prefered
> way to get rid of Netwreck Mangler (sp?), and bring the network
> up the old fashioned way.
Disable 'NetworkManager' and enable 'network' service. You can do that
by running 'setup' on your shell. Then you can edit interface related
files in '/etc/sysconfig/networking/' to setup addresses. I am
suggesting this because, 'system-config-network' has some issues of
late.

Thanks,
Anoop
>
> I'd love to see pointers or suggestions on trouble shooting this
> type issue also.
>
> And now to go pester fiend Google and find out how little I
> understand 8-/.
>
> Thanks for the assistance.
>
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