On 12/15/2009 09:23 AM, William Case wrote: > > I have come to this thread late and only given it a cursory read. My > knowledge of NetworkMangager is limited. However, in a response to my > post "Re: Fedora 12 -- A great new version !", Dec 13, Linuxguy123 makes > the passing remark "I didn't have video or a network connection at first > boot. Somehow DHCP was disabled for eth0. I fixed that, ran yum update > and pretty much everything is golden." > > He doesn't say much further about what he did exactly to fix it. But > could your problem be the same as his "Somehow DHCP was disabled for > eth0." > > Of course, feel free to ignore. As I said -- late and little. > Well, one way would be to run System --> Preferences --> Network Connections and edit the interface. There are drop-down menus under both IPv4 and IPv6 to enable DHCP. If you have the network applet, you can also right click on it, and pick Edit Connections. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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