Any FREE BSD user in the Los Angeles Area?

Any FREE BSD user in the Los Angeles Area?

Post by Anthony Geoffro » Wed, 13 Jun 2001 05:06:53

I'm trying to setup mine with the DHCP server of Media One..
And it's like impossible !!
any example of the dhclient.conf I should use?

Here is my dhclient.conf:

interface "ed0" {
send host-name "dfsfobbot";
send dhcp-client-identifier 01:13:7e:57:1f:a8;
send dhcp-lease-time 300;

request subnet-mask, broadcast-address, time-offset,
routers, domain-name-servers,
domain-name, host-name;

require subnet-mask, domain-name-servers;
timeout 60;
retry 60;
reboot 10;
select-timeout 5;
initial-interval 2;
script "/stand/dhclient-script";



1. Linux Users........... Los Angeles and surrounding area...

OK, so there is a dirth of LA Linux users groups...
How about a barbeque?
I offer my back yard ( the wife said ok :) ) to any linuxers that may
show up..
NEED at LEAST 6 or 7 people to make it worth it.
I will set up a p 100 with Caldera outside in the garage and you can
bring yours with ya if ya like.

If somone can get ppp working on the machine,, we can connect to the
internet on my ISDN line!
No card to set up, the 3Com is external and it looks just like a modem
to the computer.

This is not a users group, I am just tired of not getting together
with other linuxer's. I am not an organizing talented kind of guy!

I figure  saturday the 15th.

I offer 1 sixpack and one package of hotdogs...

RSVP to me here, email or voice     Chuck 818-955-8610

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