Originally Posted by iftikhar.tutul
I found all of command like that /etc/sysconfig/network and etc/resolve.conf & it works properly and also ifconfig shows the ip info.
so whr is ifcfg-eth0?plz help
if you have deleted a previous connection which was assigned as ifcfg-eth0, and you install a new network connection system will increment it to the next digit.
Example: previous was ifcfg-eth0 (then deleted)
after you configure a new network it will be:
ifcfg-eth1 or ifcfg-eth2 whatever is the next number prior to the previous configuration.
if you want to really, really, really want ifcfg-eth0. then you need to do some manual editing.
go to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-<interface-name> —> edit this one to ifcfg-eth0
System does keep track of the network configuration, that's why it's incremental.