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Old 1st July 2004, 06:34 PM
bsoderror Offline
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Vmware, FC1, no internet connect

FC1 installed fine. I have not been able to connect though. Win XP is the host. In Vmware I have NAT set for the network in the settings for my FC1 virtual machine. I have Suse 9.1 running under Vmware and I got it to connect. I know it'll work but I can't figure out anything I haven't tried. I have added the check_link_down lines in the appropriate file as I now have an active eth0. Still no connect. If you can give me a hand I'd appreciate it.
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Win 7 Host, Fedora 11 in a Sun V-Box
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Old 1st July 2004, 11:34 PM
p0rnflake Offline
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Try giving the Virtual Machine Nic direct access to the network instead of using the NAT option - It always works for me that way.
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