When i try to edit or assign the IP using this command
Terminal opens the console which is uncontrollable just like this
Please note This happens on Centos and Redhat
on 11/25/2012 – Made popular on 11/25/2012
The F-18 guide shows to use the system-config-network gui for setup, but that command only runs
the simple terminal program with basic options. Is there something comparable to the old sys-conf-net
on F-18?? I need to set up a VPN and don't want to do it by hand, but it looks like I'll have to.
The documents I found to change the settings doesn't seem to work..
To start the Mouse Configuration Tool, type the command system-config-mouse at a shell prompt (for example, in an XTerm or GNOME terminal). If the X Window System is not running, the text-based version of the tool is started.
[root@Azaz07 ~]# system-config-mouse
bash: system-config-mouse: command not found
I have installed F17 with Gnome 3 desktop and all updates. My desktop sits behind a router running dd-wrt which handles all connections to my isp and provides a static ip to my desktop. I decided to remove network manager and simply use system-config-network-gui to setup my connection. My desktop config isn't that complicated... it's just dhcp with everything handled at the router.
I have recently done a clean install of F18 including the MATE desktop which, as a fairly basic user, I find quite easy to use - I DID NOT install the gnome desktop.
In the Fedora documentation Chapter 5 discusses Network Configuration - both the Network Administration Tool and the system-config-network command - as being the method to configure network interfaces as well as managing DNS settin
How To Enable networking in redhat i have tried all the possible way to enable it but it doesnt work..it shows my localhost name and details but it cant connect to it.i have tried system-config-network command but blue screen splashes and go immedialtly pls help
Run `system-config-network-tui` and see if that helps you - it's the text mode network setup utility. Needs to be run as root and if it is not installed at the moment then you can install it f... [by TrevorH]