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    Question DHCPD.CONF permission denied

    I am trying to configure a dhcpd server for the first time. I know I need to edit the .conf file but it tells me permission denied. I am typing /etc/dhcpd.conf and i get the error. I am completly ne to linux as well so be gentle with your answers if you guys have some lol. Thanks!

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    maybe you should google file permissions
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    Quote Originally Posted by musicman9434 View Post
    I am trying to configure a dhcpd server for the first time. I know I need to edit the .conf file but it tells me permission denied. I am typing /etc/dhcpd.conf and i get the error. I am completly ne to linux as well so be gentle with your answers if you guys have some lol. Thanks!
    well what error are u getting not giving alot of info. to help you...
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    the "error" was the title of the thread
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    try vi /etc/dhcpd.conf or kwrite /etc/dhcpd.conf

    But, if you don't even understand how to edit a file in linux, you should probably take a few steps back and learn basic linux user commands first.

    Google will be your friend for this...

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    yeah both of those got me to where I think I can work with it. Yeah Google has been my best friend allot of the way on this lol. Thanks. Will give it a shot.

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