Re: where is the configuration utility?
thank everyone's help. it simply works now after I ran that pcnetconfig. You
can't imagine how exciting I was after my all three virtual linux machines could
communicate with everyone else including that real-linux machine - the notebook.
I have three virtual machines setup running linux on a redhat host box with
vmware. it's a real spinnet now.
best regard to all of you
Mike Werner wrote:
> Sean 'Shaleh' Perry wrote:
> > On 13-Jun-2000 Benjamin F. Zhou wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > when installing the base disks, we went throught the configuration
> > > utility.
> > > How can I run it again after configuration? I missed setting up my
> > > pcmcis network card.
> > > want to redo it.
> > >
> > last I checked, there is no utility after install. Edit
> > /etc/pcmcia/network.opts. It is clearly labeled.
> There is. It's pcnetconfig, part of the pcmcia-cs package. I used it
> to setup my Linksys card. As I remember - it's been a while - it's pretty
> much just a shell script that walks you through the settings.
> > > BTW, I can ping localhost, but can not even ping the machine name
> > > itself. How can I find out what's wrong, the card or setting.
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