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Posted 12 March 2003 - 05:36 AM

If you want to try out Linux, or show others the wonders of Open Source, then Knoppix is a natural choice. If you're using it at work or school, you'll probably be on a network that uses static IPs. Configure as follows:

1. K menu/KNOPPIX/Root Shell

2. ifconfig eth0 123.45.67.89

3. ifconfig eth0 netmask 255.255.255.0

4. echo nameserver 123.45.67.89 >> /etc/resolv.conf

5. route add default gw 123.45.67.89

6. If needed, set up Konqueror to use a proxy:
- Click Settings
- Configure Konqueror...
- Click Proxy
- Check Use Proxy
- Choose Mannually specified settings and click Setup...
- Enter the appropriate IP and port
- Click OK, Apply, OK

Fill in "123.45.67.89" and the netmask with your respective IPs and enjoy!




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