I’m running Woody testing/unstable in a dual boot-system and have recently had 512Bd cable installed. The XP drive is fine but I can’t seem to get it going with Woody.
I apt-get installed linuxconf via ppp, read through the help files as suggested, and added in all known values for DNS Servers, IP (Static), Gateway, and SubNet mask. I did not see anywhere to include network settings for pop3 or smtp (presumably to go in ./muttrc and Mozilla).
I keep getting the message “Can’t find package ‘pythonmod’ “ although via
‘apt-get upgrade’ and
‘apt-get –u dist-upgrade || apt-get –f install’
I found that ‘pythonmod’ had indeed been installed.
‘netconf –status’ gives me
‘module pythonmod does not exist’
? Service samba is not running
Executing: /etc/rc2.d/S20samba start’
My /etc/resolv.conf is
my /etc/networks is
which confuses me – where did that DNS come from ?
my IP is 188.8.131.52
Similarly my /etc/hosts had (last time I looked) three different designations for my system (Tux):
184.108.40.206 Tux loghost
… I presume these have been calculated by Linuxconf.
I received the linuxconf message
“forwarding of IP traffic is not active in the kernel”
and trying an apt-get update still gives me
“something wicked happened resolving ‘mirror.aarnet.edu.au:http’
Sorry for the confusion – any solutions ?