getting redhat to access internet
Sounds like a simular problem that I was having about a month ago ,
I was however able to access the web with linux sometimes , I think it eventully turned out
to be a server problem with my Internet provider , however when my provider gave me a static
Ip address I had to do something else I could have bought a router and gone from my dsl conection to my router and then to my hub where all my local network connections are.
I choose however to download a proxie server from the web (ccproxie) it was free to use for a small network i installed it on my windows pc that I wanted for my server and with alittle tinkering here and there I figured out how to configure my network proxie . I then went to my other PC's and set all my browsers to use a proxie server , Linux and windows work just fine with this windows proxie , I am
currently using windows ME and Fedora & SuSE with this server. Instant messengers work just fine
along with mozilla & netscape I do miss my news ticker (there was no proxie configuration built into it) I am sure I could have done this using Linux as my proxie server I certainly would have preferred
that but being a newbie I am still working on it , but this was a quick solution and seemed to solve some of my internet problems . I now can access the web with about anything I throw at it including
Morphix and some other simular operating systems I also tried win98 and it had no problem either.
I hope this helps
good luck ,