Connecting to company network
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Mon Aug 14 02:23:44 BST 2006
On Sunday 13 August 2006 19:24, Marcus wrote:
>Gene Heskett wrote:
>> ...then restart the network
>Which command restarts the network? I guess it just means that the
>config files are re-read?
>(I don't have a home network so I'm not familiar with any of the
>networking stuff, except for trying samba and nfs at home.)
Well, since the ubuntu based releases don't seem to have the 'service'
command, I've had to resort to things along the lines of:
#> sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart
which will do the same thing.
Do you not have an outside connection at home at all? I have about as much
cat5 strung around here as the std telco 2 pair stuff. 3 machines all
told, one doing cnc work in the workshop in the back yard with cat5 strung
overhead. Room on the switch for 4 more. But I'm not sure who'd pay the
light bill if I did hook up more, or what I'd have them doing. Old farts
toys of course...
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