Hello,I recently installed CentOS 6.3 on my server. I did the full install so I am using the GUI. I wanted to change to a static IP on my interface. However, when I got into network-scr... [by RedRaider89]
After i installed Ubuntu Server 11.10 x64, i udated the sistem, rebooted, then:
To change my ip to static - i writed: sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces
where i changed line iface eth0 inet dhcp to ..iface eth0 inet static, then
added this lines: address 192.168.1.222
than saved and with this command: sudo /etc/init.d/
I was messing around with KVM in CentOS 6.3 when I noticed I was having problems with the IP address of my principle network connection (eth0). I backed out my bridge
and restored the network-script file for eth0 but the IP address still goes missing after reboot. At this point I have to return to the console and restart the "network" service.
I am already a little bit familiar with Linux distros like Debian or Ubuntu (yeah, very similar) but I wanted to try Red Hat based - CentOS 6.2 . I have installed it on my Windows 7 host in virtualBox and tried to play with it a little.
I have same across a small problem, namely : the default eth0 interface is down by default.