Sorry If this post is a duplicate but my ISP is using NT so....
I used to have Slackware on my 386 and had to setup a loopback TCP network
using the rc.inet files and friends. I was given a copy of RedHat and some
old hardware and decided to set up a network (HTTPD) server for W95
clients. I installed the RedHat v4. and was impressed with its ease of
setup and the fact that it had everything set up for me. However, when I
was ready to set my IP and Netmask info I couldn't find the files I was
accustomed to using.
Does RedHat differ from Slackware in its TCP setup? Does it have a single
config file or did the install just not create these files? Also, I found
a file ifcfg in
/etc/sysconfig/Network-Scripts/ that I believe is the file setting the
loopback information. But, I can't find any documentation about this file.
Or any good Step by Step info on RedHat's TCP config. Thanks in advance.