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Old 08-17-2005, 07:25 AM   #31
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Re: hi to all

Originally posted by jtabasundrajr
i'm a newbie in using linux xandros 3, my network is working properly, but i can't connect to the internet, because my gateway is wrong, how can i change my gate way setting, the the txtbx is disable!

by the way i'm connected to a LAN to have a internet connection

And how can i map a network drive in linux

i need your anwer. can u plz answer me in my email

thank you very much!
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