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tulsi 08-20-2009 07:52 AM

Network connectivity from Centos VM under XP host
 
Hi

I use windows xp and also installed Cent OS via VMware. I have internet connection in windows xp via LAN.But not to connect Cent OS .
plz Tell me how to connect internet in Cent OS.
I selected bridged network.(bcoz of my LAN network) but still not connected. i think err in n/w scripts. but i cant do this.
plz help me.

acid_kewpie 08-20-2009 07:55 AM

"Urgent".... This is not urgent for ANYONE using this site other than you, and makes just about the worst title possible, as it it just rude and says nothing whatsoever about your question.

vishesh 08-20-2009 07:56 AM

There are following type type of network option for host to guest network
. Bridged network
. NAT and
.Host only networking

select Network support for guest as one of above given type.
Which one you using ?

By the way avoid to put 'urgent' word in subject.

thnks

pixellany 08-20-2009 07:59 AM

Did you try the network configuration utility in the menus?

thorkelljarl 08-20-2009 08:09 AM

In fact...

It might be to your advantage to edit the title "Urgent". You would likely attract more interest and replies. I am sorry that I know nothing about CentOS to help you.

http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/...Ask_a_Question

tulsi 08-22-2009 04:12 PM

Why use SELinux in Redhat?
What are the usage of SELinux?

karamarisan 08-22-2009 04:41 PM

How about reading the responses people have generously volunteered their time to write for you?

XavierP 08-22-2009 04:43 PM

Tulsi - please take the time to properly explain what you are trying to do and what you need to do it. Just firing unrelated questions at us doesn't give is anything to work with.

http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SELinux will give you plenty of info about SELinux.

I have also reported your thread to request a title change.


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