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benne 10-27-2004 07:11 AM

Re-activating Network Devices on FC2

I am maintinging a computer running FC2 and i need to reactive eth1 from time to time. I am used to gentoo, but it does not seem to be the same way around on FC2. The redhat network utility does not allow a normal user to deactivate and/or activate eth0 or eth1. Isn't there anything similar the rc-scripts (gentoo) on Fedora?


knutove1728 10-27-2004 08:21 AM

in redhat fc2 you go to start menu and i think it's is called system settings in English. Then choose network where you can activate and deactivate your cards-

benne 10-27-2004 08:35 AM

I have found that (Stil dont like GUI tools), but that tool does not allow normal users to deactivate and activate eth0 and eth1

benne 10-27-2004 01:50 PM

How can I do that from textline. The GUI tool does not allow me to use itself if I dont log in as root, witch is (as we all know) stupid.

Cant I do it like I do in gentoo;

/etc/init.d/net.eth1 restart
The connection is linked to a RC Script in gentoo witch makes it much more easier to use.


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