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ifconfig not showing changed ip address

I'm trying to configure IP settings on my Raspberry Pi running Rasperian. I edited /etc/networks/interfaces to be: auto lo iface lo inet loopback iface eth0 inet static address 110.76.71.106 ...
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No eth0 after HD transplant

After moving the hard drive of a makeshift server to another compatible hardware (64-bit, same processor "generation", laptop->desktop) configuration, networking fails to initiate. Specifically: ...
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Getting a list of WiFi networks nearby when the adapter is in AP mode

I am trying to get a list of wireless networks nearby while the adapter is acting as an access point but iwlist returns the following error: $ sudo iwlist wlan0 scan wlan0 Interface doesn't ...
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Does the order of options in the /etc/network/interface option matter

I'm trying to determine if the order of the options matter I'm using a script (represents an external remote interface) that is updating the /etc/network/interfaces file. The script can set the IP ...
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How to recognize hostname on the port number 8080 in Ubuntu machine?

I have a very basic question here. This thing is puzzling me a little bit. I have two machines, one is my local desktop running Windows and I have cygwin installed in it and second machine I have is ...
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Static IP for 2 PCs on crossover cable in interfaces(5) file?

I've got 2 PCs connected on an Ethernet crossover cable. On PC1 I run: sudo ip addr add 192.168.2.1 peer 192.168.2.2 dev eth0 sudo ip link set dev eth0 up On PC2 I run: sudo ip addr add ...
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escape characters in /etc/network/interfaces

I want to be sure that whatever string I pass into the line wpa-ssid "abc" in /etc/network/interfaces won't be used to break out of the configuration. All I can find in the manual is that \ can be ...
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NIC missing in 70-persistent-net.rules

I am using Ubuntu and typing ifconfig -a shows all interfaces but one(eth4), while the file 70-persistent-net.rules contains all(including eth4) but one (eth8). Any idea why is that and what are ...
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Tacacs over IPv6

I have migrated my Redhat Enterprise linux server 5.5 to IPv6 . Now I want to run tacacs+ for IPv6. When testing from my client, it returns "unable to connect to server for IPv6 address", but for IPv4 ...
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network interface does not become active although onboot enabled

Due to some other conflicts, I disabled/stopped NetworkManager in Fedora 15, Now, for network configuration I used system-config-network-gui to config & enable Ethernet interface, Problem is, ...
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Configuring Wireless Network

After a long struggle I finally seem to have installed the non-free wireless firmware for my wireless NIC. I'm trying to set up a file server, so I want to configure the network to be static. Would ...
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Where could I find the ifcfg-eth0 file?

I am using RHEL6, but I could not find the Ethernet interface configuration file ifcfg-eth0 under /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts. Issuing ifconfig -a shows that eth0 does exist. Could it be that the ...
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Configuring network settings manually in Qubes OS

I'm trying to setup Qubes OS on my desktop but struggling to get the network/internet working. This is the configuration i want to setup - ip - 192.168.1.2 Subnet - 255.255.255.0 Gateway - ...
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How to configure network profiles in Centos?

I'm trying to setup two network profiles in Centos. One for at home, one for at work. The home profile has a fixed IP address, fixed gateway and DNS server addresses. The work profile depends on DHCP. ...
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Changing Redhat Network Settings From DHCP to STATIC IP Via Configuration Files

In order to make the statically assigned IP work, I have already modified the file /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 as follows: DEVICE=eth0 IPADDR=10.33.17.143 NETMASK=255.255.255.0 ...
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Set up network to share a printer connected to one particular machine on the network

How do I set up my Ubuntu machine to allow other computers to print to it? The set up is: All computers are connected to the network 1 dual Ubuntu/Windows 7 netbook 1 multibooting ...