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Re: [linux-dell-laptops] how can i configure my eth0 interface to get dynamic ip from proxy server

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  • Chris Fox
    ... Hash: SHA1 ... What distro are you using? Most of the bigger ones have some GUI tool to do things like this. Mandrake has its Control Center, Libranet
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 1, 2005
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      Muhammad Aurangzeb wrote:

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      | how can i configure my eth0 interface to get dynamic ip from proxy
      | server and how can i know that (in command mode) that the internet is
      | working pls tell me ins command?
      | i ve installed linux in cli(command line interface) mode , can i use
      | GUI (graphical user interface) internet i mean can i swich to SUI
      | browser for internet.

      What distro are you using? Most of the bigger ones have some GUI tool
      to do things like this. Mandrake has its Control Center, Libranet has
      its adminmenu, most KDE- and Gnome-using distros have something on the
      panel menu for doing settings like this.

      If you're feeling adventurous you can log on as root and edit
      /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0; it's pretty obvious how you
      would do it and there's online help too.
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