Originally Posted by ncsuapex
You set it yourself when you install the OS. Assuming you're talking about Slackware(OS in your profile)
Oooh sorry, I need to update my profile. It was a long time ago I used slackware. Good distro, but I fellt in love with Gentoo and it's hard to leave.
This time however, I'm trying to run a live-cd of INCOGNITO. Normally I rarely have any problem with live-cd:s to connect to my network but this one refuses.
The connection between my network and Internet is a Gentoo-based server which acts mainly as a router and firewall. DHCP is maintained by dnsmasq and shouldn't be any problem here as I can understand.
The hardware I'm trying this time is a DELL Inspiron 6000 which normally works well with modern distros.
See now if you can help.
Maybe I should try booting in single-user, but I'm not sure if I can do that within a live-cd?