Hello folks,I've just installed CentOS 6.3 minimal as a vm, after install completes I am unable to get networking going, firstly even though I entered all my info in the isntall ne... [by senor_pg]
on 12/12/2012 – Made popular on 12/12/2012
I did a minimal install of CentOS 6.3 and now want to add a GUI. I tried using yum to install a GUI, but it says it can't resolve mirror.centos.org. I tried to install networking packages but I get directory not found for /etc.
I have upgraded to the stable version of ubuntu server and my network doesn't start. There should be some problem with the new upstart service, because the network seems to try to load a dhcp, but i have configured a static ip in the networking configuration files.
I try to run /etc/init.d/networking start, but the response is that this is not the correct command.
Most of the hardware on the eeePC 1005HA works out-of-the box with 9.04, Ubuntu "Jaunty" The exception to this is the networking (both wireless and wired), which does not work at all by default. To enable the wireless drivers you must install the "lin...
I want to try some networking projects with Raspberry Pis, and I need to just send packets between a pair of pis. I would be happy as a first step just being able to ping between to Raspberry Pis in ad-hoc mode. I have not successfully done this despite looking at several tutorials and examples online.
I have 2x Raspberry Pis with the Debian Wheezy OS installed.
I have Ubuntu 9.10 running on a Dell E6400. Nearly every time when I start it up, wireless networking doesn't work. If I click on the networking icon, Wired Networking shows "Disabled" (which is normal) and Wireless Networking shows "Networking is disabled".