Configure Internet connection through LAN - windows machine
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Any how, you can find the network conf files for your adaptors in /etc/sysconfig.
I would take out any un-needed cards and setup the system for the web first, then add a card for the next lan connection, and set it up. and finally the next card. Please note, you should reboot between each setup to avoid naming confusion.
I believe that once upon a time the last card was the internet connection and the first was the primary lan. But that may have changed since MDK10.1 (when I last had it setup).
Also, typing dmesg at a prompt will show you what the kernel printed to screen while it was starting your system, there may be some pertinent info there about your network cards.
Cheers, hope this helps. Glenn
Last edited by GlennsPref; 07-18-2007 at 10:11 PM.
I discovered an underlying hardware issue that has been corrected. See explaination
I managed to successfully install Fedora Core 7 and I'm happy with the install.
I got the smb working find now so the issue is resolved. It sees to have been related to install failures due to a Fasttrack 100 controller.