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Old 06-23-2004, 04:19 AM   #1
ehawk
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ifcfg-lo recovery


Hi,
I'm using fedora core 2

I was having problems configuring my wireless card, and instead of removing ifcfg-wlan0 to replace it, I accidentally removed ifcfg-lo. This causes problems. Is there a relatively painless way to recover it (I have the installation CD's). If not, I can reinstall the OS....nothing important was stored without backup elsewhere...it will just involve a little tweaking setting yum repositories up again, downloading and a few custom packages, etc.

ifcfg-eth0 and a new ifcfg-wlan0 are in place, if that matters.

Thanks for your help.

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