Re: [firstname.lastname@example.org: Network Problem]
> Hi there,
> We have successfully loaded Linux (Debian 1.3) and have the xdm working
> properly. We are using fvwm95 as the window manager. The problem we are
> having is, when we try to telnet or ping to our other unix and linux
> machines, the error message came "nerwork is unreachable".
Have you setup your ip numbers, and routing etc correctly?
What's the output of:
(to configure this, edit /etc/init.d/network)
> We checked the cables and all the necessary files, as mention in the
No, "network unreachable" doesn't mean the cables are wrong, it ususally
means wrong routes.
>These appears to be in order.
> When we type the "ps -ef" command, no daemons appear to be running. If
> you have any suggestion for us. Please e-mail us, we'll be thankful.
ps -ef shouldn't output deamon info. You've probably BSD/SysV syntax,
whereas Debian ps uses SysV/BSD syntax.
Try "ps -ax"
joost witteveen, email@example.com
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