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Mon Sep 19 02:37:29 PDT 2005
Bachilo Dmitry wrote:
> В сообщении от Воскресенье 18 Сентябрь 2005 22:10 eoghan написал(a):
> You should write all the stuff to /etc/rc.conf (see man rc.conf for
> in my opinion if you actually did /stand/sysinstall many times, your
> "got cancer" if i can say so, because it writes the changes all the
> rc.conf not deleting previous. You should just write once something like:
> ifconfig_xl0="inet <your_ip> netmask <your netmask>"'
> defaultrouter="<your gateway>"
> and write down to the /etc/resolve.conf:
> nameserver <your ISP's DNS>
> or simply write down to /etc/rc.conf:
Thanks for the info. i did have a look through the rc.conf and it sure
does look like its written the settings many times. Does anyone have a
sample of a clean rc.conf? Also, my network assign ip's to each pc on
the network. I noticed in the conf the ip was specified, which can
change... is there any way of doing this in the rc.conf?
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