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  Author  Subject: New DHCP Hex address AFTER IP/submask
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Posted on 03-06-2003 11:28 p.m. ET  reply

Original Poster: Rich Barnes

Hi,
No matter what distro I use for Linux on my P4 2ghz Intel 512mb machine with
a realtek nic, I recently started getting not just my ip and submask on boot
up but NOW Road Runner assigns even to ROOT some weird Hex address. This
makes upgrading on Red Hat impossible. And makes my system act like I am
part of a major LAN. Those of you familiar with SuSE when I open YAST I get
YAST@1x-00-whatever
I have done everything on any distro this happens but not on XP at all.
Did they do something to their DHCP servers
?>?????

Thank you
Rich Barnes
rbarnes2@twcny.rr.com
Not a newbie with computers.

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