Building Home Server
ZiadR.B at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 18:08:03 UTC 2007
regarding the ip config, you could type:
ipconfig /all | more
ipconfig /all >out.txt
In the second way you'll find the configuration in out.txt
On 2/16/07, Nagy László Zsolt <nagylzs at freemail.hu> wrote:
> >> You could try opening a command prompt (cmd/command in run) and running
> >> it, that way it won't close after it exits.
> > Yeah, I thought of that, unfortunately I get the response that id
> doesn't recognize the command! Yet "run" does recognize the command! Go
> It must be Win98 Win95 or Windows ME. The command interpreter is called
> "command.exe" on DOS/Win9x/ME systems. On Windows NT, 2000, 2003 the
> interpreter is called "cmd.exe". However, "command.exe" also present on
> the newer systems, for compatibility reasons. command.exe is a 16 bit
> program. cmd.exe is a 32bit program. I think I'm a bit offtopic here -
> this list is about FreeBSD. :-)
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