how to open Network config GUI from Linux command shell

Posted on 2012-12-24
Last Modified: 2013-01-10
I booted to the fedora command shell. I want to open up the Network configuration GUI tool, without making any change to /etc/inititab file and without rebooting.

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ID: 38719316
it worked...but I am expecting full GUI
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Darr247 earned 250 total points
ID: 38719485
Did you try Ctrl+Alt+F7 first?
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gheist earned 250 total points
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"command shell" implies having no GUI

IP address
/sbin/ifconfig eth0 inet mask
Default router
route flush ; route add 0/0
DNS server:
echo server >> /etc/named.conf

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