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I've Fedora 3 installed on i386 machine

I want a step by step guide to set a DHCP on this server
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Use this article
http://www.davidcourtney.org/soekris/fc3/dhcp.html

If you want  to use diskless settings read this
http://cns.georgetown.edu/~ric/howto/diskless

This will helps
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/history/249851

And there is common DHCP issue's article
http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/DHCP/index.html
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Thank you sir but is there any GUI tool to do this or I have to do it manualy ?
 
also what is the differance between Fedora and RedHat Enterprise
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