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Old 05-04-2005, 10:20 AM   #1
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ifconfig , how to make it last when reboot ?

When I try to config my IP by ifconfig , and then reboot the PC , the IP is gone . How to make it last as config before ?
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by making the changes in your distro's network configuration files...

since i have no idea what distro you are using (*hint*) i don't know which config file you should look for...


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