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Red Hat remote administration question

On Wed, 23 Aug 2000, Jerry Feldman wrote:

> I am planning on adding some IP aliases (eg. eth0:1, eth0:2, ...). With X, 
> this can be done using either linuxconf or netcfg. I can also do it 
> manually by creating the appropriate if-up and if-down scripts along with 
> the appropriate symlinks. Is there a way to do this without using X (or 
> netscape), such as a character cell based version of linuxconf or netcfg 
> under Red Hat. In SuSE, I can do this quickly and easily with YaST. 

AFAIK, linuxconf works in text mode too.

Niall Kavanagh, niall at
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