I upgraded my Redhat 6 months ago, and ran out of disk space I had to
delete a lot of files to get things to fit..
Now I want to use an Ethernet connection (instead of PPP) and I recall a
network configuration tool that allowed me to define a network
interface, and specify all of the options (Ethernet, DHCP, etc.)
I checked the HOW_TO's and FAQ's on my CD-ROM, but apparently I'm not
looking in the right place.
I've been searching through the /usr/bin /usr/sbin etc. looking for the
name of the program, but it escapes me. And man -k doesn't give
me a clue. Perhaps I deleted it.
What's the name of the utility? And is it in a RPM that I need to load?
Can someone complete the gap between my ears? :-)
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