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
1) "ifconfig" command is not found in centos 7, i tried to find in /sbin, there also command is not available. Doesn't this essential tool not included in minimal installation ( I use minimal installation of centos.)
2) What related networking tools should in install to get it.
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 recently installed updates to my ubuntu 12.04 installation notified to me via the updates manager. On completion, when I did a restart, no networking, wireless or cable, was working. Networking still works if I reboot to the previous version, but that is a pain.
Which package do I need to re-install to get the latest version to network again?
I recently installed CentOS Linux version 7 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 7. How can I restart networking service using command line options? How can I start / stop and restart networking service on a CentOS/RHEL 7 based system?Read answer to: "CentOS / RHEL 7 Restart / Stop / Start Networking Command"
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.
Firstly, please forgive my "Noobness". It has been a longtime since I took those networking classes and courses in school. Since then I have relied all to heavily on associates, co-workers, and friends to handle the heavy Networking and Server Configuration stuff.
I am probably missing something but have a KVM virtualized HOST/GUEST setup.
The GUEST is using a bridge (br0) on the HOST for internet connectivity.
When I make a "/etc/init.d/networking stop ; sleep 5 ; /etc/init.d/networking start" on the HOST the GUEST loses internet connectivity.
-- When I reboot the HOST instead of doing a networking stop/start" then the GUEST is ok.