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Old 09-13-2005, 08:47 AM   #1
petho
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Unhappy FC4: rtnetlink: Permission denied


Hi!

Just upgraded from a well working FC3 to FC4 and all of a sudden my network stopped working. I can ping local machines and access our webserver but can't get to the world outside our institute's local net.
The error message on startup comes when starting eth0:

"rtnetlink: permission denied"

Anyone have any clue how to solve this?

Obvious case of "If it works - don't touch it!"
 
  


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