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As mentioned above, you do not use Knoqueror to configure network settings. To do this you need to run the command system-config-network or look for the network configuration tool in the menu (usually under "System").
Actually I worded it all wrong. What I meant was how Do I configure my network settings in the KDE environment.I am using Fedora 8 and when moved from GNOME to KDE I lost all network connectivity.Since Im new I not sure where all the network configureation /commands are. thanks
I know its rather strange and as soon as I switched of to KDE I lost network connectivity. The reason that I brought konquerer up is because when I trie to browse could go not go anyware. I have look in the network setting but really I sa nothing that would let me confugure anything.I appreciate your help. I will try to look closer.