problem with network
jg at netvisao.pt
Sun Dec 4 15:10:46 UTC 2005
Sorry, I was so stressed that don'i even saw what I was writting.
The machine is a HP laptop, centrino.
I'm connecting with cable to a network in a student residence.
It connects directly to the internet.
The network has a DHCP server, and I receive the IP address by DHCP.
Yes, I think it has a router.
In windows everything works fine, but I need the Linux to work.
I tried Fedora and Suse. Both give me the same error. In Mandriva 2005 it
works well, but I don't like mandriva very much.
Thank you for the help.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Claude Jones" <claude_jones at levitjames.com>
To: "For users of Fedora Core releases" <fedora-list at redhat.com>
Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2005 2:17 PM
Subject: Re: problem with network
> On Sun December 4 2005 8:48 am, João Gomes wrote:
>> I installed Fedora
>> But now I have a problem with the network.
>> I can't receive the IP address by DHCP.
>> When it's starting the network, it shows me a message saying Invalid
>> Please help me!
> For people to help you, you'll have to provide more information. Is your
> machine a stand-alone? Is it on a network? Is it connected directly to the
> internet? What kind of machine? Do you want this machine to get its address
> from another machine? Is there a dhcp provider like a domain controller or
> Start with some answers to the above details, and someone should be able to
> help you.
> Claude Jones
> Bluemont, VA, USA
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