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Hi,

How can I setup networking under RedHat Linux 7.0? I am currently running in a text based console.

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:baigmz
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garboua earned 70 total points
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well you have many choices,
1. type "setup" and then choose setup a network
2. type "linuxconf" and you will get the linux configurations GUI, take it from there, input your info.
3. edit /etc/hosts /etc/netwok.conf /etc/resolv.conf, ahhhh stick to one of the first two, easy.
Ps.  If RH 7.0 is the first install on machine, linuxconf will no be available, RH took off default installation, but setup is available, very usefull.
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I think linuxconf was removed in 7.1, not 7.0.

All the networking settings are in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts so you could edit them manually and then restart networking;

/etc/rc.d/init.d/network restart

If your not happy with that use either setup or linuxconf as suggested by garboua.
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by:Nick
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Try:

#> netcfg

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