The NFS install actually installed a Working Linux today.
And it seems to understand that static IP means no DHCP.
However the settings for nameserver and gateway were ignored.
The new add software program still can't actually install software.
But at least yum still works.
I've noticed that another distro automatically looks for a different
driver if the X server can't get going. This would be useful
for Fedora, or at least a text mode command to set X
to use the appropriate driver.
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SELinux is preventing npviewer.bin (nsplugin_t) "getattr" to
Is selinux preventing npviewer for doing something it's supposed to be doing
or is selinux preventing npviewer for doing something it not supposed to
Curios to know why npviewer.bin wants to access my smb.conf...