[CentOS] very new user having problems
barbara1_1_1 at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 4 18:00:18 UTC 2006
yes I am certain I do not understand the question.
I have an antenae in the front yard connected with coax cable to a radio
toa networking box
it is a wireless connection
>From: Mark Weaver <mdw1982 at mdw1982.com>
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>To: CentOS mailing list <centos at centos.org>
>Subject: Re: [CentOS] very new user having problems
>Date: Mon, 04 Sep 2006 07:57:23 -0400
>barbaara fberg wrote:
>>I wrote from work and had to wait to go home to get answers
>>My windows machine was broadcasting my entire hard drive to the other
>>I did a sysclean this morning and found a virus. So I am using my
>>husband's machine til it is fixed.
>>I downloaded a"connec to internet" from the centos site, but it did not
>>my internet provider helped bit
>>we went into 'network device controller " - that is blank
>>went into "network config " profile is unclecked status is inactive
>>device is ethoO nickname is etho
>>type is ethernet
>>we went into "hardware" desceiption is DLine type is ethent device is etho
>>status is ok
>>we went into " IPsec" profile type destination nickname all are blank
>>we went into "DNS" hostname I types in localhost.localhost
>> Primary DNS starts 66
>> Secondary blank
>> Tertiary DNS blank
>> DNS search path blank
>>we wento "hosts"
>>IP name and aliases are blank
>>then I went into Mozilla Foxfire under preferences, connection settings
>>direct connection is checked
>>auto detect in unchecked
>>manual proxy is unchecked
>>HTTP proxy Port 0
>>SSL proxy Port 0
>>FTP proxy Port )
>>Gopher Proxy Port 0
>>Socks Host Port 0
>> socks vr unchecked socksv5 checked
>>no proxy for [ ]
>>I have some numbers as on the sheet I downloaded
>>some start 255 some 192. I am just not certain which ones go where?
>>thank you for writing. you were the only one to reply
>Ok. let me rephrase the question because I'm not sure you understand what
>I'm asking. In order for us to help you you've got to tell us which "type"
>of internet connection you have.
>(2) DSL or Cable (broadband)
>A dialup connection requires a different type of configuration. The stuff
>your ISP tech had you looking at has little to do with actually "creating"
>a connection but rather tweaking an existing connection. So before we can
>go any further please tell us which type of internet connection you've got.
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>a man that at one time was an idiot and lived long enough
>to learn from his own stupidity."
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