rdege at cse.Buffalo.EDU
Tue Dec 18 08:42:55 EST 2001
Check that your DNS entries are correct/inserted. After a connection, try
pinging a site through IP & hostname:
This will give you an idea if it's a DNS problem.
And just to keep this Linux(ish), make sure that you have your partitions
properly set (aka, enough space allocation for both OS's).
> I realize that this is a Linux forum but .........
> I recently up-graded my PC from WinMe (with Internet access) to Win
> 2000. My ultimate goal is to run both Win 2000 (for school work) and Red
> Hat (for personal use) on the same machine. Before I load Red Hat
> however I need to be able to connect to the Internet. using Windows
> 2000. (my wife uses Windows and is not interested in RH) and then I want
> to access the Internet with RH.. My problem is that the ISP I am trying
> to use connects my machine to its server but will not load the Web
> site(s). The error message that I receive is "can't locate the server".
> Any suggestions ? I would really like to stay with this ISP (personal
> Thank you
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Dege
> Sent: Tue 11/20/2001 11:40 AM
> To: Nflug (E-mail)
> Cc: Ron Wechter (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: your mail
> > I am a novice Redhat Linux 7.1 user and plan on buying 7.2 .
> I am
> > currently duel booting 7.1 with Win 2000. Can anyone tell me
> more about
> > GRUB and will it let me duel boot without using the lilo?
> 7.2 allows you to choose between LILO and Grub as your
> bootloader. So if
> you're familiar with LILO, you don't have to change.
> A GRUB HOWTO:
> Nice thing about GRUB:
> You can hide partitions (3 partitions of Windows, each one will
> think it
> is installed on C Drive)
> You don't have to reload Grub when you modify the conf file
> Nice GUI interface (better than the old LILO interface)
> Bad things about GRUB:
> when doing a make install on a kernel, the last command is to
> use lilo.
> So you get a cosmetic error message.
> The command line interface at boot time has a higher learning
> Inside some of us is a thin person struggling to get out, but
> they can usually be sedated with a few pieces of chocolate cake.
Inside some of us is a thin person struggling to get out, but
they can usually be sedated with a few pieces of chocolate cake.
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