I am not quite sure which servers to be looking for.
From what I can tell, httpd is running, shorewall, squid (but it is now giving me errors on reboot), sshd, telnet, and my ftp server.
I just tried to ssh to another server I have access to and here is the error message I got:
ssh: blah.com: Temporary failure in name resolution.
I looked this up on the internet and I found to check the file /etc/resolv.conf and everything looks just fine in that file.
I can however do a 'ssh localhost' and 'ssh 127.0.0.1'. When I try typing that in Konqueror is comes back with cannot connect to host. I have my linux box hooked to a router and set as the DMZ with the ports forwarded to the IP. I tried connecting to the linux box with one of the other PC's on the network and they can't find the host. I try using like 192.168.1.100 (which is the IP the linux box says is assigned to it)
Is my /etc/resolv.conf not getting read correctly? I went into Mandrake Control Center and looked at the Services and everything that needs to be running appears to. iptables shows as stopped and when I try to start it the screen freezes and nothing happens. Last night I uninstalled iptables and reinstalled it and nothing happened.
** I logged in to webmin and checked out apache and it says it's not currently running. When I went to boot it up, I get a screen saying it failed. In 'error_log' it says:
[error] Cannot allocate shared memory: (17)File exists
Hope this explain the problem a little better. Thanks for the help.