On Monday 15 Dec 2003 10:10 am, Wolfgang Morawetz wrote:
it was not in any runlevel so i add it with "# /sbin/chkconfig --list
So the gui tool for nic does not add it be default.
chkconfig --list network won't have added the network service to any runlevel.
You should do a 'chkconfig network on' command to turn it on in your default
I'm actually using RedHat9 so I don't know if this tool is in Fedora, but you
can turn networking on graphically yb using the Services tool that you should
find in your System Settings menu. You just need to tick the checkbox next to
the appropriate service to turn it on or off for your default runlevel.
Where do i find the (Admin)Dokumentation?
I don't know the answer to this one I'm afraid. Like I said, I'm still using