Got a NIS server machine (sol 9) trying to do a routeadd which hangs
when trying to do so. Clients also run the same routeadd and are successful.
Why is the nis routeadd*? Any pointers of where to look would be
did you specify the destination as ip address or name? could it be thatQuote:> Got a NIS server machine (sol 9) trying to do a routeadd which hangs
> when trying to do so. Clients also run the same routeadd and are successful.
> Why is the nis routeadd*? Any pointers of where to look would be
I recently got a linux distrubtion off the internet. It is Redhat
Linux Professional Version 8. I think this is a new version, as im
only a newbie to the scene, but was wanting to give linux a shot.
I have a Dell Lattitude XPi P150ST with 48mb. I run the installation
program off a boot floppy and then off the cdroms, since my laptop
never supported booting straight from CD, I used the rawrite app.
The installation program worked, I choose all the preferences and
options, but then when the installation program was about to install
programs, etc, it come up with an error message, it told me to post it
on the redhat website. I scrolled down and the message said something
about not having enough memory to perform a certain task, as far as I
could make out. It was a erron error or something?.
Im going to try to install it again, with the installation program
that you can do through the text interface, instead of the graphical
one. First impressions, I did like the setup program, but not quite
when it said there was an error. - If i didnt have enough memory to
continue with installation would it not tell me straight out that I
didnt have the memory, instead of an error message. The message had a
good few lines of programing lines or something - leave that to the
A wannabe Linux user. Maybe.