I am runing Red Hat 3.0.3 on an Intel Pentium 120MHZ, 32 MB RAM.......and a
3Com Etherlink III Ethernet Card.
I have some problem in configurating the network, and the people from
the Red Hat company told me that all Red Hat 3.0.3 CDs have a buggy version
of the Network Configuration Tool. They told me to ftp the good version from
Red Hat's ftp site.
Now I have the good version, netcfg-2.2-2.i386.rpm, on a floppy.
How should I do to replace the buggy one (my problem is I don't know the
name of the buggy version and don't know where (like in what directory) it
is in my machine. I tried to use the command 'find' to locate the buggy version
in my machine but did not find it. Another thing is how should I activate
the good version (netcfg-2.2-2.i386.rpm). Do I need to do something like:
rpm -ivh netcfg-2.2-2.i386.rpm
Do I need to make the proper link too? If so, how should I do that?
I found that you guys are more helpful than the support people at Red Hat and
that is why I am posting for help here. If you have any suggestions, please
e-mail me. My e-mail address is:
Thank you in advance.