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I just completed a recent install of Linux. After an initial install, I repartioned and reformated the hard drive and reinstalled Linux. During the first installation I answered all of the networking questions. When I ran setup during the reinstall, it did not prompt me for any network information.
There is no ifconfig, netconfig, telnet, etc. files.
I have searched through the docs and the whole distro disk as well as the forums.
Can anyone tell me where to find the config files?
I can find telnet.
Ifconfig missing is kinda scary. It doesn't appear with 'locate' 'which' or 'find'?
I just nose'd through all of the packages in the alphabetic slakware directory and couldn't find a thing that the net-tools kids from N would be dependant on unless for some bizarre reason you left out important parts of A or AP, but Slack will whine if you try and do that.