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Old 02-29-2008, 03:10 PM   #1
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LXer: Strange things happening with my OpenBSD box, but excellent documentation saves

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I haven't hooked up my OpenBSD 4.2 drive and booted it for about a week. The last time I left the box, I was playing around with Apache, and I thought all was well. Today I hook up the drive and boot OpenBSD. First of all, instead of a console login, I get an XDM login. That's strange. I don't remember XDM ever showing up before. Then Internet networking doesn't work. I check all the networking settings. Everything is correct. I can ping IP addresses on the local network, but nothing is working outside of that. Pinging yields nothing. Since I can get local machines, I know it's not a bad cable.



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