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information online for whichever distro you choose....Any Documentaion about How Linux Networking IP stack looklike between Linux PC (single NIC card) and Router with multiple Network interfaces (LAN and WAN)?
Any Documenttaion about How Linux IP Networking stack looklike bwteen
Linux PC (single NIC card) and Router with multiple Network interfaces
running on Linux (LAN and WAN)?. appreciated for links or some
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Tony Andreas wrote:
> i have linux networking guide, their format is pdf, you can download
> it for free
i have problems resolving the domain name of this link:
goarilla <"kevin DOT paulus AT skynet DOT be"> wrote:
> Tony Andreas wrote:
>> i have linux networking...Problem with Linux network
I have a dual boot system -- RedHat Linux 9.0 and Windows XP --
and I told both Windows and Linux to get my IP address and DNS
information directly through DHCP. It worked perfectly with
Windows and I was on the net immediately, but I cannot seem to
get Linux online. The installation recognized the card but when I
boot up I get a message saying that for eth0 there was a 7322 bus
error on line 354 of /sbin/dhclient. (That is the essence of the
message -- it goes by too fast to write it down exactly.)
When I try to ssh to another machine it tells me that it
temporarily cannot get the address. Likewise, I cannot get online
with anything else.
The setup seems so simple -- just check the DHCP boxes -- but it
does not work. Anyone have any ideas?
Ignorance is just a placeholder for knowledge.
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On Fri, 5 Dec 2003 16:33:06 -0800, Stephen Speicher <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> boot up I get a message saying that for eth0 there was a 7322 bus
> error on line 354 of /sbin/dhclient. (That is the essence of the
> message -- it goes by too fast to write it down exactly.)
.... you can execute "dmesg" to see those boot messages. at a
CLI, execute "ifup eth0" and see what happens. anyway, it would
be helpful for us to know the exact *error* message. a bus
error could spell trouble
...I want to study linux network but I have not a network
I am using debian 3.0 as my linux PC and I want to study the linux
network administartion. When I only have one pc, is it possible for me
to study it on this only one PC?
Is any emulation that can be done to construct a virtual network within
Any help appreciated!
On Tue, 02 Nov 2004 19:06:40 +0800, Chen Bin wrote:
> I am using debian 3.0 as my linux PC and I want to study the linux
> network administartion. When I only have one pc, is it possible for me
> to study it on this only one PC?
> Is any emulation that can be done to construc...Strange problem: no problem with Linux, when I boot windows 2K network is down...
This is very strange problem, looklike this problem is not going to
leave me for months. I have a computer with Windows2K and Linux. I
have Netgear 4-port Switch/Router (connected to DSL modem). If I boot
with Linux, everything is OK, I can be on-line, also two of my other
computers works fine. If I boot my PC with Win2K, then immediately all
computers are down. None of the computer connected to network. I
thought some problem with LAN card, so I went for early bird sale on
day after Thanksgiving and I got one LinkSys PCI LAN card and one
Router and I plugged new LAN card into my machin...Loads of networking problems with linux
Loads of networking problems with linux
this is what you expect with such poor hardware support with hacked
I've just upgraded to ubuntu 7.04 I can browse only google. I can't
reach any other site from the browser, I can't reach any pop mail, I
can't reach the repository for updating my distribution. I know,
sounds strange but that's true. For example I can ping the repository
site I have in /etc/apt/sources.list, but I can't connect to them, I
can ping my pop mail but thunderbird can't c...Odd linux networking problem
I'm currently dealing with a very strange networking problem. I suspect it's
the OS (Debian testing) on the client that is causing the problem, but as a
matter of fact, I'm not absolutely sure.
We're running a home network of about 10 PCs, which used to be connected
with an 802.11b-network with a D-Link WLAN AP and DSL router (DL-713P). Now
we're migrating from to a 802.11g AP (Linksys WAP54G) for the Wireless,
which will eventually be connected to a Linux server, but currently is
connected to one of the three ethernet ports on the D-Link router.
Now, we've started...problem networking Linux and XP
I have Centos and XP installed on separate machines and connected
using a crossover cable.
I configured the network cards of both machines with static IP
I have disabled the firewalls on both machines.
The problem is:
I can ping the Centos machine from the XP machine. However, when I try
to ping XP from Centos, the ping request arrives at the XP machine but
no reply arrives back at the Centos machine.
I would appreciate some help with this.
On Thu, 26 Jun 2008 15:01:49 -0700, esrom wrote:
>> I would appreciate some help with this.
get rid of XP?
On Thu, 26 Jun 2008 15:01...weird linux networking problem
Just wondering if anyone has experienced anything like this, and if
so, if they have any idea what could be causing it.
A number of our boxes are HP dx5150 running Red Hat 4.3 (kernel
2.6.9-42). The onboard NIC is Broadcom BCM5751 Gigabit.
Every now and then, these boxes lose contact with the network: we find
that the central network switch (Cisco) has shut down the port, having
apparently detected that the MAC address of the connected box has
changed. Once the security on the port is reset, everything continues
as normal. (The incorrect MAC address detected by the switch is always
08:00:45...Debian Linux network problem
I downloded the latest debian distr and burned to CDs. Installed on a
AMD/NVidia machine. When selecting drivers I added realtek ethernet
driver (don't remember the exact wording). Now X is up, but network is
not. My question is:
1. Did the installer chose the lan driver automatically?
2. Was the problem caused by the realtek driver?
3. What option do I have? Do I need to reinstall everything? Or
rebuilding the kernel is enough? How to rebuild kernel?
Alex Li (<email@example.com>) wrote:
> I downloded the latest debian distr and burned to CDs. Installed on a
> AMD/NVidia machine. When selecting drivers I added realtek ethernet
> driver (don't remember the exact wording). Now X is up, but network is
> not. My question is:
> 1. Did the installer chose the lan driver automatically?
No. The Woody installer does not have automatic hardware detection. If I
understand you correctly, you picked the realtek driver yourself.
> 2. Was the problem caused by the realtek driver?
Maybe it is the wrong driver. You can stop it from being loaded at boot
time by editing /etc/modules or running modconf and deselecting it.
> 3. What option do I have? Do I need to reinstall everything? Or
> rebuilding the kernel is enough? How to rebuild kernel?
You only need to load the correct driver - if the Kernel you used for
installation supports your card. If not, you can try ...Linux
I have quite unusual problem with my home network and i hope there is
someone who knows the solution.
there are 3 networked computers
I run dual boot machine with winxp and slackware 9.1 linux, NIC is via-rhine
running on default kernel driver, i think that version is 1.10,
i have few services running like proftpd, httpd, samba, and they are
accessible from the internet thanks to noip software.
the problem is that im connected to the internet using internet connection
sharing on winXP machine. when i use winxp on my comp everything works fine,
but when i want to use linux (that would b...problem with Linux box on network
I have a small home Ethernet network. One machine is running
Slackware Linux 13.0, KDE 4.2.4 and KMail 1.11.4 and Firefox. The
other runs Windows XP. My ISP is Time-Warner and I have a broadband
connection to the Internet.
Everything was working fine with the network, but suddenly email
downloads from Time-Warner's Road Runner POP server started to get
erratic. At first it seemed that rebooting helped, but now I can't
download my email at all.
I can usually ping the POP server, and I can always download my email
from the Windows machine, so it appears there is nothing wrong on the...[News] [Linux] Network Manager Was NOT Fired Over Linux Recommendation
School District Did Not Fire Network Manager For Recommending Linux
,----[ Quote ]
| I emailed the writer of that same article to ask if Curtis Mason was
| really fired for recommending Linux. The reply confirmed my suspicion...
| Lets not get into sensationalistic hissy fits, that?s reserved only
| for Microsoft.
District to save money by switching computers to Linux
,----[ Quote ]
| Hyland said the district hopes to get all of its computers
| running Linux exclusi...linux neewbie : Configuring linux client in a windows network
I have a windows 2000 server running as the domain controller. I want
to add a LINUX (RED HAT 9.0) computer as a client in this network.
What software do i need to do this ?
Thanks in advance.
> I have a windows 2000 server running as the domain controller. I want
> to add a LINUX (RED HAT 9.0) computer as a client in this network.
> What software do i need to do this ?
you'll have everything you need to accomplish this.
samba is what will work: http://us1.samba.org/samba/samba.html
try this HOW...[News] [Linux] Automotive Networking Stacks Ported to Linux
Linux gains real-time networking stack
,----[ Quote ]
| An Austrian vendor of real-time networking stacks for automotive,
| off-highway, and aeronautics use has pledged to port its flagship
| technology to Wind River Linux.
Prestigious Automotive Industry Consortium Selects Wind River Linux as
Preferred Platform to Develop On-Board Equipment
,----[ Quote ]
| VIIC selected Wind River's Linux distribution for automotive solutions
| after a comprehensive review and thoughtful consideration that comparedo
| ther Linux ven...[News] [Linux] Linux the Platform of Choice for Network Processor
Dual-core network processors sample with Linux
,----[ Quote ]
| The OpenWRT BSP includes the open U-Boot bootloader, a Linux
| 2.6-series kernel, filesystem, drivers, web-based configuration system,
| make files, and a VoIP-enabled PBX application.
Roy Schestowitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> espoused:
> Dual-core network processors sample with Linux
> ,----[ Quote ]
>| The OpenWRT BSP includes the open U-Boot bootloader, a Linux
>| 2.6-series kernel, filesystem, drivers, web-based configuration system,
>...My Linux is not your Linux
To the denizens of comp.os.linux.advocacy!
So many people demonstrate in this newsgroup that
they know only a Linux of Hatred and Greed, of paranoia,
and of a selfish sense of entitlement. They seem always to be
behaving like monkeys in reaction to human dissenters,
throwing feces at one another and beating their
chests pretending to know something.
My Linux is not that Linux. My Linux is the Linux of Love,
of sharing, friendship, community. It is a uniquely
human Linux and not one for monkeys. When I speak
with fellow Linux users in real life (i.e. not in the
monkeyhouse of COLA) they remind me of myself: practical,
freedom-loving, anti-corporate. Here in COLA however
they remind me of monkeys or spoiled brats or worse,
My Linux is not your Linux. It is the human Linux
that acknowledges that Linux involves human work
to create, that although it is free you are not
entitled to it, that although it is created in large part
by volunteers, they deserve to be paid for their
gifts with at least gratitude. And that monkeys and
self-entitled brats and sysadmins never thank anyone.
> To the denizens of comp.os.linux.advocacy!
You crossposted to gnu.misc.discuss.
> My Linux is not your Linux. It is the human Linux
> that acknowledges that Linux involves human work
> to create, that although it is free you are not
> entitled to it, that although it is created in large part
> by volunteers, they deserve to be pa...[News] [Linux] Company Offers Specialised Linux Networking Stack
Linux networking stack scales to 64 virtual MIPS64 cores
,----[ Quote ]
| 6WindGate says its commercial Linux networking stack supports
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,----[ Quote ]
| Oxford Semiconductor has introduced a software development kit for
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`----...Why linux is linux
We don't destroy, we create.
We don't imitate, we build.
We are not a network, we are a personal OS.
Attempting to Speak for Linux, You wrote: <<
We don't destroy, we create.
We don't imitate, we build.
We are not a network, we are a personal OS. >>
Linux is more like this: <<
Like everything else, we consume and are consumed.
We exchange ideas with everyone,
to the point where it's almost impossible to track.
We are artisans, not mass producers. >>
Jeff Relf wrote:
> Linux is mo...LINUX networking
I am very new to LINUX. I have multiple win 2000 machine at my work
networking with each other, now I installed Redhat9 linux in one of my
machine in the network and make it work with my network domain and what
not. I can see internet from my linux, My ping, ifconfig everything
works fine, but I dont know how to access other computers from mine.
Can someone help me out here?
And i know this qn does not belong to this group, but can someone help
me to install USB stuf in my linuc, I want my linux to see my usb
harddrive and memory sticks?
thanks a lot for your time.
Try opening a ...Linux networking
Where in KDE do I click to connect to my windows pc and see the files and
folders ect. And where will I click to setup Linux that it appears in My
Network Places on Windows. Also how do I get my Linux IP address?
I am using Mandrake 9.0
> Where in KDE do I click to connect to my windows pc and see the files and
> folders ect.
You need to set up a SAMBA networking client. That does the
translation between a Windos network and a Linux client.
> And where will I click to setup Linux that it appears in My
> Network Places on Windows. Also how do I get my Linux I...Linux Network
I just upgraded my motherboard. It was a bitch finding information
that would get me past the kernel panics.
Anyhow, that is solved. Problem now is that I cannot access the
internet and cannot ping that machine, even on my internal network.
It is assigned eth0. I commented it out in modprobe.conf (not sure
why, thought that may be an issue.) When the system boots, it detects
eth0 fine as it displays and OK......
Any ideas? I'm a bit stuck right now.......
On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 11:53:29 -0800 (PST), email@example.com wrote:
You might want to read ...Networking Under Linux
Hi, i am new to Linux, but have been running windows machines for years
now. I have two boxes running dual boot systems, Windows XP/Suse Linux 9.1
Both boxes are connected via ethernet to a Zyxel 643 router complete with
Both can see the ,net and have no trouble browsing,emailing etc.
I have setup Samba so the windows shares are available, but how do I go
about setting up NFS/NIS to share part of my system to the other machine
i.e. file sharing. I want to use this directory as a network archive.
On Wed, 19 May 2004 22:31:21 +0100, bobmoore wrote:
> Hi, i a...