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>pump jest przyjemniejszy

> i potem edytujesz plik /etc/dhcpc/config
> u mnie wyglada tak:
> IFACE=eth0   (jesli masz siec na eth0 oczywiscie)
> OPTIONS='-h "nazwa hosta"'

>i nie wymaga takich czarów z mleka

tak, to byc moze, jak pisalem zalezy od providera, ja niestety musze "czarowac" bo
inaczej nic z tego nie wychodzi :))
swoja droga takie pytanko, czy chello pozwala na prowadzenie wlasnego
serwera (http, ftp, itd) ?
moj provider zeskanowal mi porty, poczym wystosowal maila (zalaczam
oryginal) zebym natychmiast zaprzestal takiej dzialalnosci (serwer);
po telefonicznej rozmowie (z jakas glupia cipa) okazalo sie ze musze
uzywac windows 98 lub 95 bo tylko dla nich provider ma suport :)))
ech, rece opadaja, dostalem telefon do tech support ktory to niby ma
byc zorientowany w sprawach innych niz winda, zobaczymy  :))
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* +
        |___     9  discard
        |___    13  daytime
                |___ Thu Oct 25 10:23:33 2001..
        |___    22  ssh
                |___ SSH-1.5-OpenSSH-1.2.3.
        |___    37  time
                |___ ....
        |___    80  http
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        |___  2001  dc
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