Bob Goodwin wrote: > It's difficult without the ethernet connection, I would have to type it > manually. but in addition to eth0 or 1 and lo, I also have an pan0? I do > not show that on this "good" computer? I tried plugging in a PCI > ethernet card but the "probe" function in the network setup GUI doesn't > see it and if I try to connect it acts like the card is not there. > However I see a different mac address in the ifconfig pan0 which I > assume is the address of that second card. I think I made all the > required entries network-scripts/ifcfg-eth1 ... > Wait a moment - are you trying to bring up both eth0 and eth1 on the same network? The pan0 is not the second NIC. I don't remember what it is off hand... As far as moving messages from one computer to another when having network problems, I find saving the output to a PEN drive, or flash memory card and moding that to another machine works well. (Kind of like the old "sneaker net" that consisted of moving floppies from machine to machine... :-) Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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