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Re: Please Help: Configuring a Debian station for work with DHCP

On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 03:08:17PM +0300, Aviv Gurwitz wrote:
> Hello,
> I am part of a system administration team.  We have recently moved our
> network to a DHCP-based configuration.  One of our clients is using Debian
> 2.1 and I would like to know what changes I need to make on his computer
> in order to configure it for use with DHCP.
> On our RedHat 6.2 systems I would run linuxconf, delete the IP address and
> subnet mask and DNS servers, change the search path to "dns, NIS, hosts",
> and also "mv /etc/resolv.conf to /etc/resolv.orig".
> What should the equivalent procedure be on such a system running Debian?

  # apt-get install dhcp-client


  # apt-get install dhcpcd


  # apt-get install pump

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