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    Default Return the Network Configurator to K Menu

    - Right click the K Menu button and choose Menu Editor.

    - Expand Internet group.

    - Right click Internet group, and select New Item.

    - Name the new item Network Configurator, and the Command is:

    kmdr-executor /usr/share/slax/network-conf.kmdr

    - Choose an icon for the menu item

    - Save the K Menu configuration.
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    Default How to store the settings

    Yes its useful. But please add support to store the settings.

    slackware (bsd like) stores ip address and gateway information in /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf file and dns in /etc/resolv.conf

    redhat (system v like) stores in /etc/sysconfig/network.

    or you can also have it running in the startup script. so that you don't need to depend on the default configuration files.

    just adding 'ifconfig eth0 subnet' etc. in /etc/rc.d/rc.local that would make life easy for u and us

    But i don't know How to use VI to edit /etc/rc.d/rc.local ,
    can someone help me?
    thank!

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    Quote Originally Posted by badboycc View Post
    But i don't know How to use VI to edit /etc/rc.d/rc.local ,
    can someone help me?
    thank!
    Plenty of excellent documentation on how to use vi available on the internet already, but if you don't feel at home using it why not simply choose another text editor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by =Tron= View Post
    Plenty of excellent documentation on how to use vi available on the internet already, but if you don't feel at home using it why not simply choose another text editor?
    I think everyone should be forced to use vi before they're allowed to do anything else in Linux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    I think everyone should be forced to use vi before they're allowed to do anything else in Linux.
    Not a bad idea, it would both force them to do some research/experimenting on their own and show off the power such seemingly simple non-graphical tools can pack.
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    Vim and lynx, that's all you need.
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    I say ed and sed before vi.

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    i see
    /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf
    not
    /etc/rc.d/rc.local

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