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Old 04-27-2005, 06:50 PM   #1
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Yellow Dog 4.0 Network Problem

Hello all,

Im running Yellow Dog 4.0 on my g3 laptop and it seems to be having issues with the airport card and the NIC card that is on my machine.

I have tried manually configuring the network to work on both devices and now I have several profiles that I can't get rid of. When I boot up into OS X and then boot back in Yellow Dog it tells me that the devices have been deleted and then it finds them again. After configuring them for dhcp, they still don't end up working. I end up going into the network profile, deleted the devices again and then recreating them manually. That worked twic but now I can't get it to work at all.

Is there a way that I can:

1. Delete the network profiles I have permanetly
2. Properly configure my network devices with only one profile so that it workse no matter if I boot to osx or Yellow Dog.

Any help is appreciated.


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