DHCP dimmed out
I am running Fedora C3 and trying to set up my wireless network. I am using the Internet Configuration Wizard and during one of the steps it asks me if I want to use DHCP; I say yes.
I reboot the machine and when it's done rebooting, of course, there is no internet connection. I go into the "Manage Network Device" and the DHCP confiiguration option is dimmed out (I cannot change it/configure it).
Is there something that I am doing wrong here?
Since I am new to Linux, I had to reformat the hardrive and start fresh after some bad software installs. I have had the wireless card working before, so I know the card is capable of doing it. I don't recall any problems from the last time I set it up.