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Old 04-06-2012, 10:53 AM   #1
NasimHasan
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Problem in accessing internet through cent OS 6.2 !!!!


Hello everybody,
I am Nasim Hasan from Dhaka,Bangladesh....I am a newbie in Linux environment....I have installed cent OS 6.2 as Linux OS.I want to know that, is there any special configuration needed to access internet through cent OS 6.2 as like in Fedora? If so, then please, brief me that procedure step by step in this forum or anyone can send the necessary relevant links into my mail which is:nasimcse2k5@gmail.com ....I need this information urgently!!!!Thanks in advance....
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Nasim Hasan
 
Old 04-06-2012, 12:18 PM   #2
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Hello everybody,
I am Nasim Hasan from Dhaka,Bangladesh....I am a newbie in Linux environment....I have installed cent OS 6.2 as Linux OS.I want to know that, is there any special configuration needed to access internet through cent OS 6.2 as like in Fedora? If so, then please, brief me that procedure step by step in this forum or anyone can send the necessary relevant links into my mail which is: ....I need this information urgently!!!!Thanks in advance....
There is no 'special' configuration needed for Fedora, CentOS, or any other operating system. You configure a network connection, but you don't tell us what KIND of connection you're going for. USB cellular stick? Connected to a DSL modem directly? To a SOHO router on a home network? Office network? What??

Also, we are NOT going to email you 'step-by-step' directions, and this is *NOT* urgent for ANYONE here. This is a community forum; not the place to come for free, personalized one-on-one email tech support. If you need *URGENT* tech support, then get RHEL or SLES, and PAY FOR IT. We volunteer our time here, so don't expect people to hurry up to answer you. You can participate here, and we'll be happy to help.
 
Old 04-06-2012, 06:14 PM   #3
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Welcome to LQ!
One small advice about your email, showing it in a public website like a forum where anyone from anywhere can see it might not end so well. In no time you will be receiving a lot of emails from unknown people, most of it will be spam, so it would be wise to edit your post removing your email, unless your prepared to deal with that and filter spam.

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