Linux networking troubleshooter
Because so many people keep repeating the same questions over and over both on this forum and in irc channels about linux, I decided to create a 'troubleshooter' in the same style as the ones you find in the Windows help, only better (i.e. it should actually provide a solution and not tell you it cannot help you whatever you choose ;) )
That's why my intention is to extend the troubleshooter each time somebody has a problem with networking that it cannot help solve.
Quite an ambitious goal, I know, so I'll have to select the least exotic situations first. But I still think it can be of help to those people who just started using linux and are running into the standard set of problems.
Here's a link to the troubleshooter: ftp://griffon26.kfk4ever.com/pub/lin...ter/index.html
Mind that the current version of the troubleshooter is only the beginning. I encourage people to send in remarks, suggestions or even additional pages I can add.
Please do send me an e-mail if you have a problem and you run into a dead end.
Thanx for your time,
P.S. I did a quick check on the internet, but I didn't find anything comparable for linux. If there already is something like this, please stop me from wasting my time and let me know =]
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