How do i connect to www? (get connected to network)
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Seems that way...though it shows up in beginning of the booting text - before the part where it detects and names the drives and such.
It is an ISA card, but it's a fairly common one..I think.. (Linksys nc100).
Then, in the netconfig process, it tells me "settings accepted".. I dont know if it does that regardless of finding a card or not.
What does the output of ifconfig look like? The linksys router is a dhcp server, so you usually use one of the dhcp clients. There should be an ip address assigned to eth0, and the gateway should be 192,168.1.1.
It is possible to assign a static address to the interface such as 192.168.1.50, but if you want to do this, you might want to first set it up using dhcp in order to obtain the DNS address.
One alternative is to point your brower to 192.168.1.1 and look in the WAN tab for the information that the router obtained from the Cable Modem <-> Router exchange.
Under the DHCP clients tab, you can see if your host name shows up in the clients table.
I got isapnptools for slack 9.1
I unpacked it.
Now I have a few folders (usr, sbin, etc, install)
sbin has a cpl binaries in it, but I dont know how to configure/compile/install them (if such a thing is even needed).
tried reading the faq but it, but there are no clear (noob-friendly) instructions on what I should do. they seem to be written for vets.
Is there no ./configure, make, and make install needed?
Is there a certain command I need to know?
Last edited by solarcontrol; 02-09-2005 at 06:14 PM.