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- Tue Oct 28, 2003 9:21 pm
- Forum: Slackware
- Topic: slackware on home network issues
- Replies: 21
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Ive used slackware exclusively for quite some time. I must say that sounds about all correct. Except you say that your router is a DHCP server, if that is true then you can edit /etc/rc.d/rc.INET1 and there will be somewhere that says DHCP="no/yes" and you should have it say yes. Ummm as void said t...
does anyone know what the actual name/model is of the standard IBM mouse with the one scroll thing that you must push to go up/down? I am searching on google for linux drivers for it but havent gotten anything good because i dont know the actualy name/model
erm... i started install slack 9.1 but some of the packages seem to be corrupt (at least thats what it tells me it may be) Such as the kernel package. So after formattin my root partition and putting a fileystem and some basic packages on it fails. Well i still have the image for slack 9.1 to reburn...