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I've got mandrake 8.2 up and running i'm long time microsoft guy so i'm very very new to the linux OS. I"ve done just a ton of read to figure things out. I'm trying to get the aphache server working with virtual hosts. This is where the prob started i read all the threads on this site that might have the slightest thing to do with Vhost. My linux box always worked for the internet untill i stopped and started the apache server yesturday. Now i can ping out, use the internet, other machines on my small network cant ping the linux box and i have no idea where to start and trouble shoot this thing.
I've got a static ip 192.168.1.88 behind a linksys router/hub. Im using that for my firewall. Now other machines on the network can get out fine so it not the router. The computer with linux on it is a dual boot so i fired up winNT to check and see if its the nic card. Everything works fine using winNT. I booted back to mandrake, still nothing.
Now can one of you nice folks point in the right direction for some trouble shooting please.
awsome... thanx tarballertux i now have internet again... BUT after just a ton of reading on Vhosts i find myself back in the same spot... sigh... i think i'll go get the apache pro book from wrox today... i live up here in canada and that sucker is pricey 80 bucks... yikes... anyway.. thanx for your help...