LFS 5.0 - Chpt 7 - Creating /etc/hosts file
alwagner at tcac.net
Fri Feb 6 14:28:40 PST 2004
On Thursday 05 February 2004 08:55, Andy Neebel wrote:
> Yes it is. If your ISP used DHCP, there are instructions in the BLFS
> book that explain how to set up for that. For this part of the LFS
> book it doesn't matter too much what you do, because most of it gets
> written over by the BLFS instructions. Your other option would be to
> read BLFS now and use those instructions in concert with the LFS
> book, but it is easier just to finish LFS, and then install DHCP
> while still in the chroot. The DHCP instructions are written to
> partially assume that you have a networking card, so you are probably
> best off picking that option.
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