I would ALWAYS go with installing Windows first.... back in the day, Windows always overwrote the MBR and therefore you couldn't boot to other OS's present in the system until you fixed what Windows broke. I believe they have since fixed that little annoyance, but I'd still trust Linux to know how to handle other coexistant operating systems better than Windows would.
Hi I have a problem in subnetting, if anyone has an idea could help, the problem is: If I have 6 hosts and in a class A address, how do I get the number of subnets and the custom subnet mask if am given a network number 220.127.116.11, thank you.
Are you asking how to set your network settings on your RHL box so you can see other computers on your network and also get to the internet?
Can you see the other computers but not get to the internet?
Are you trying to do this in the GUI or at the CLI?
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I'm not a network/hardwre person, so bear with me.
I have a laptop connected wirelessly that I can't see in Network Neighborhood. If I connect it with cable, I can then see it. The firewall on the laptop is off. All the other pc's in the office can see each other in Network Neighborhood.
I could use some help troubleshooting this.
If it's not broken, fix it until it is
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