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Red Hat remote administration question

>>>>> "JF" == Jerry Feldman <gaf at> writes:

  JF> On 23 Aug 2000, at 10:42, Frank Ramsay wrote:
  >> Yes there is, I _think_ the program is netconfig.

  JF> netcfg is a tcl/tk script and will not run without X. 

he said netconfig, not netcfg
netcfg is a gui program, netconfig is a console program

[kevin at bowline ~]$ rpm -qf `which netconfig`
[kevin at bowline ~]$ rpm -qf `which netcfg`

I've used it once or twice to set up networking when I couldn't
bludgeon ifconfig into doing what I wanted.


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