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RE: Lost Internet Access

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jan Sneep [mailto:jan@azureservices.ca]
> Sent: May 2, 2007 8:43 AM
> To: 'Debian Users' Mailing List'
> Subject: RE: Lost Internet Access
> Thanks for all your suggestions, I do appreciate the responses.
> In the end I decided that perhaps your comment about
> something changing on
> re-boot was probably correct. I have been trying
> unsuccesfully for the past
> week to get OpenGroupware up and working on Etch and perhaps
> one of the
> packages or changes I made only manifested itself after the the power
> outage. So I have started a fresh NetInst of Etch, once
> again, and I will
> try re-booting after every couple of steps to see if I can
> pin-point where I
> might have lost my Internet connection.
> Thanks and I'll let you know what if anything I discover.

I said I'd tell you what I discovered ... well I've discovered one can't
take short cuts in doing an OS Install ... :O(

Tried to leave the \home folder alone and just over write the \ folders as I
have these on separate hard drives and it took me 20 minutes to figure out
how to get that setup the last time I did the NetInst. It takes about 2
hours to download and install all the packages with my DSL connection, so
thought I would save some time and also it would let me know if I had a
failure in the future if I could preserve the user files. It got almost to
the very end and then failed to install the Desktop packages for some reason
and using PING I found I still had the same problem as before, internal
addresses are OK, but external ones are a no-go ... :O(

So I'll remove the partitions and format the drives and start all over again

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