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Old 09-15-2003, 03:25 AM   #1
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[VMWare] setting up config etc

I have linux installe din VMWare, I also have the tools installed, and thankfuly I now have the network setup and internet of such working - fantastic.

My problem now is:

When I got the network working by using the following piece of script:

return 1;

In the following file: /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0

IT worked fine, and it still does - thankyou whom ever foudn that out on this board

But when I booted it up thismorning (after I turned it off after finding out it all works) it was asking me questions from vmware in the boot up like:

somethign about iptables stuff liek that, at least I think it was with the vmware, it may have been under the eth0 interface......OK thing.

I just put YES for everything as I didn't kjnow what I was doing, I now want to edit this and put NO for osme things, anyone able to help me out?

Knwoing where this config is I got to edit of such?




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