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
I tried to install CentOS 7 on a new system. It works.
However, I'm noticing small things:
1. system-config-network-tui is not installed and yum cannot find it. I
realized for this -- nmtui
What about firewall?
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 been working on something where we need to configure the interfaces of a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system using system-config-network-cmd (so that my software does not need to gain vile abilities like reading and writing many different configuration files, etc.).
It will happily configure an interface, and things work fine.
It will configure two interfaces to be on different networks, howe
I've set up CentOS 6 on a vagrant box with a private network IP. I can ssh into the box using the IP, so that is working. However, I get a Connection refused on port 80 when curl'ing it. There's a very basic nginx serving up its default welcome page inside.
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