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Re: Help: No internet connection



On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 12:35 AM,  <simon schneebeli okko org> wrote:
> I currently have 6 Troubleshooter isues:
> - SELinux is preventing /usr/bin/python "write access on sysctl.conf
> - SELinux is preventing /usr/bin/python "setattr" access on sysctl.conf.
> - SELinux is preventing /bin/find "getattr" access to
> /var/lib/misc/prelink.full
> - SELinux is preventing /bin/bash "write" access to
> /var/lib/misc/prelink.quick
> - SELinux is preventing /bin/bash "search" access to /home.
> - SELinux is preventing /bin/bash "search" access to /home/Simon
>

Nope...

Your network configuration seams to work (nslookup reported:  server
192.168.1.1 and the correct IP for download.fedoraproject.org, etc)
which proves the correct functionality from your ISP and modem.

I wild guess, something went wrong with Firefox, libc (which
implements DNS-lookup) or you might have lost a track on your hard
disk.
I have no clue...

If possible, try a LIVE USB-stick to see if the issue is still there.

//HW


> Quoting "H. Willstrand" <h willstrand gmail com>:
>
>> On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 12:20 AM,  <simon schneebeli okko org> wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> As mentioned in my first e-mail, Opera works fine (I use it to send
>>>>> these
>>>>> e-mails) as does Skype.
>>>>
>>>> I don't think (but as I don't use it I'd welcome corrections) that
>>>> Opera gets information about whether the connection is up from
>>>> NetworkManager.
>>>>
>>>>> As for the differences between the network at home and at my brothers
>>>>> place:
>>>>> It's another service provider, another modem, but I don't know any
>>>>> details.
>>>>
>>>> What kind of modem? DSL, Cable, 3G/HSPDA? How are you connected?
>>>> Wireless, Wired etc.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Ok. I'll try to provide as much information as I can.
>>> - Wired or wireless doesn't change anything. I have tried both.
>>> - I'm using a DSL connection with a WPA2 encryption
>>> - No proxi, DHCP
>>>
>>> Mr. Willstrand asked me to do the following:
>>>
>>> [simon sangam ~]$ nslookup download.fedoraproject.org
>>> Server:                192.168.1.1
>>> Address:        192.168.1.1#53
>>>
>>> Non-authoritative answer:
>>> download.fedoraproject.org        canonical name =
>>> wildcard.fedoraproject.org.
>>> Name:        wildcard.fedoraproject.org
>>> Address: 66.35.62.166
>>> Name:        wildcard.fedoraproject.org
>>> Address: 80.239.156.215
>>> Name:        wildcard.fedoraproject.org
>>> Address: 152.46.7.222
>>>
>>> And if I directly type "firefox 66.35.62.166", I get to
>>> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/IndexAdmin without further problem. So he
>>> means that this might be a problem with DNS...
>>>
>>
>> Do you have any SELinux issues with libc or similar?
>>
>> //HW
>>
>>> Simon
>>>
>>>> I think we need a lot more information about your network setup before
>>>> we can help ;o)
>>>>
>>>
>>>
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