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Fedora 22: Setting a static IP address

Fedora 22: Setting a static IP address

This is a quick tutorial on how to set a static IP address using the terminal within Fedora 22. Disable Network Manager 1. First stop and disable the gnome network manager from running on boot. systemctl stop NetworkManager.service systemctl disable NetworkManager.service 2. Now start and enable the network service to run on boot. systemctl restart network.service systemctl enable network.service Set the Static Address 1. Check which interface(s) you want to set as static. [[email protected] ~]# ifconfig em1: flags=4163 mtu 1500…

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Fedora 21: Setting a static IP address

Fedora 21: Setting a static IP address

This is a quick tutorial on how to set a static IP address using the terminal within Fedora 21. Disable Network Manager 1. First stop and disable the gnome network manager from running on boot. systemctl stop NetworkManager.service systemctl disable NetworkManager.service 2. Now start and enable the network service to run on boot. systemctl restart network.service systemctl enable network.service Set the Static Address 1. Check which interface(s) you want to set as static. [[email protected] ~]# ifconfig em1: flags=4163 mtu 1500…

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CentOS 6: Setting a Static IP address

CentOS 6: Setting a Static IP address

This is a quick tutorial on how to set a static IP address using the terminal within CentOS 6. Set the Static Address 1. Check which interface(s) you want to set as static. eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 4C:72:B9:D1:D3:26 inet addr:192.168.1.58 Bcast:5.135.164.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet6 addr: fe80::4e72:b9ff:fed1:d326/64 Scope:Link inet6 addr: 2001:41d0:8:e77b::1/64 Scope:Global UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:640586231 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:1476012131 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:98117934406 (91.3 GiB) TX bytes:953623859810 (888.1 GiB) Interrupt:20 Memory:fe500000-fe520000…

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Fedora 20: Setting a static IP address

Fedora 20: Setting a static IP address

This is a quick tutorial on how to set a static IP address using the terminal within Fedora 20. Disable Network Manager 1. First stop and disable the gnome network manager from running on boot. systemctl stop NetworkManager.service systemctl disable NetworkManager.service 2. Now start and enable the network service to run on boot. systemctl restart network.service systemctl enable network.service Set the Static Address 1. Check which interface(s) you want to set as static. [[email protected] ~]# ifconfig em1: flags=4163 mtu 1500…

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Fedora 19: Setting a static IP address

Fedora 19: Setting a static IP address

This is a quick tutorial on how to set a static IP address using the terminal within Fedora 19. note: these instructions also work in Fedora 20. Disable Network Manager 1. First stop and disable the gnome network manager from running on boot. systemctl stop NetworkManager.service systemctl disable NetworkManager.service 2. Now start and enable the network service to run on boot. systemctl restart network.service systemctl enable network.service Set the Static Address 1. Check which interface(s) you want to set as…

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Fedora 18: Setting a static IP address

Fedora 18: Setting a static IP address

This is a quick tutorial on how to set a static IP address using the terminal within Fedora 18. note: these instructions also work in Fedora 19. Disable Network Manager 1. First stop and disable the gnome network manager from running on boot. systemctl stop NetworkManager.service systemctl disable NetworkManager.service 2. Now start and enable the network service to run on boot. systemctl restart network.service systemctl enable network.service Set the Static Address 1. Check which interface(s) you want to set as…

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Fedora 17: Setting a static IP address

Fedora 17: Setting a static IP address

This is a quick tutorial on how to set a static IP address using the terminal within Fedora 17. note: these instructions also work in Fedora 18. Disable Network Manager 1. First stop and disable the gnome network manager from running on boot. systemctl stop NetworkManager.service systemctl disable NetworkManager.service 2. Now start and enable the network service to run on boot. systemctl restart network.service systemctl enable network.service Set the Static Address 1. Check which interface(s) you want to set as…

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Printing from CUPS to a Printer attached to Windows XP/Vista/7

Printing from CUPS to a Printer attached to Windows XP/Vista/7

Summary I find it frequently necessary to configure CUPS to print to a printer that is attached to a Windows PC as many printers do not have network capability. This tutorial will show you how to install an LPD server on Windows It is also possible to configure CUPS to work with Windows Shares using Samba. However this may need authentication and I have found can have more complications when configuring. Guide LPD is a feature that is available on…

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