General :: How To Assign More Than One IP In RHEL5

Jan 8, 2010

I am using RHEL 5 or 5.5 version as my os. I want to assign more than one ip for that machine. I am very new to linux.

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Red Hat :: Assign Virtual Ip In RHEL5.4?

Sep 20, 2010

How to assign virtual ip in RHEL5.4?

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General :: How To Assign Hostname To Given IP

Apr 14, 2011

I've installed a new copy of Ubuntu 10.10.Now the big question for me is how do we assign hostname to a given ip? I've given the hostname during the server installation and "cat hosts" says "ebox" hostname I'm trying to put on.Also,I modified the network/interfaces to static and assigned proper values.

#hostname returns ipaddr not the hostname. Also nslookup hostname/ipaddr says server can't find ....

So,is installing dns through bind and setting-up the only way to do that?

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General :: How To Assign IP Address

May 14, 2010

I have a fresh installed redhat 9 with 1 network card attached may I know what command will I type to assign on the network card?

and also when I type hostname it always reply localhost.localdomain

how can I assign a hostname

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General :: Assign A Particular Wan To Selected IPs?

Dec 5, 2010

I have 2 wans . I want to assign a particular wan to selected IPs.Will I achieve it by iptables or ?

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General :: Assign Custom Icons To Folders?

May 30, 2011

I am looking to assign custom icons to my folders. Like the game folder having a joystick , Ebooks folder etc. but sadly i am unable to find any thing on google. Can any ome suggest some good places to look

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General :: Assign A Different Command To Headphone's Button?

Jan 13, 2011

I bought a Media-Teach NEMESIS USB headphones. They work really great except there's this one button that lunches Windows Media Player on Windows but on Linux... it doesn't seem to do anything... So my question is, how do I assign a different task for this button on Linux? For example I want it to go to a website address.I guess I need to get what signal it sends thru usb to my system and then somehow manipulate it? Can this be done with a shell script or perhaps there's a tool/program available on Linux for this

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General :: Assign A Variable To The Output Value Of A Program?

Feb 6, 2011

so i wrote myself a very simple hellworld program in c++

...the usual stuff
int main()


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General :: Assign IP Address To 2nd Ethernet Card?

Jun 22, 2010

In my red hat Linux machine there was a Lan card using eth0. IP is asign to that network card and it is functioning properly. I add another ethernet card in my linux machineit was detacted and when i use the commandQuote:[root@localhost root] # ifconfig -ait show me both eth0 and eth1 lan cards.I can see Ip address in my eth1 ethernet card but When I enter into

[root@localhost root] # cd /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts
and i use ls command it only show me the file ifcfg-eth1 and with


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General :: Assign IP Address Using Command Line?

Mar 26, 2010

I am using internet in my home PC using Red Hat 9. To assign static IP to my linux machine I use "System Settings....> Network" and then double click on "eth0" to assign the static IP.Well these all settings by using GUI interface.Kindly guide me that if I use only command line interface "runlevel 1" then in that case which file should i edit and assign my static IP,Subnet Mask,Default Gateway DNS settings.2- 2nd thing is,is there any way that I may open web broswer in command line? or the administrator should only use internet on Run Level 5 ?

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General :: Assign Port Numbers Against Interface (LAN Card)

Apr 22, 2010

I am using RHEL 5. In my Linux Box I have two Lan cards (eth0 and eth1). "eth0" is connected with network and "eth1" is connected with network Both Network are inter connected via routing. Now I want a situation where, I want to dedicatedly assign some port numbers against a lan card. Like eth0 will be assigned for ssh (22) and eth1 is assigned for telnet (23). So that, when a user connect to 22 port then he/she is connected to the server through eth0 , and when a user connect 23 port then he/she is connected to the server through eth1. Is it possible to do using iptables or other?

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General :: Assign Back Hard Drive Partition?

Jun 30, 2010

I am using Asus eee PC model 1001P and I am running ubuntu netbook remix on it. I have a 160 GB hard drive. When I was installing ubuntu I assigned only 50 GB for it, thinking that I will use the remaining partition for windows. But right now after using UNR, I don't want to use windows at all. Is it possible that I can assign the remaining 100 GB unassigned partition back to Ubuntu without reinstalling the whole operating system again?

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General :: Assign Debian Running On Virtual Box A Static Ip?

Jan 11, 2010

I would like to assign a static IP to Debian running on my virtual box. How should I do it? What needs to be written in /etc/network/interfaces.

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General :: Assign Oneself To A Group To Get Access To A File

Sep 4, 2009

I'm on a regular Fedora 9 desktop computer with an ext3fs filesystem.

I'm trying to give myself access to /dev/ttyS0. This is because I'm developing code that uses a serial port. While I'm developing this code I don't want to be continually working as super user. I have the following information about /dev/ttyS0:


So as root I added myself (username freddy) to the group uucp. This is just temporary, for while I work on this code and try different stuff as user freddy. Once the code is established and I have a single program with a fixed name, I plan to give myself an entry in /etc/sudoers that will allow me to run the finished program.

Here's the info on user freddy:


The problem then is that now if I try to use /dev/ttyS0 I can't.


I thought that if I was a member of group uucp which is associated with /dev/ttyS0 that I would be given rw access to /dev/ttyS0. What am I missing here?

What the c stands for in the ls -l listing?

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General :: Assign DHCP IP For Client For 5 Interfaces At One Shot?

May 11, 2010

I have a RHEL Machine. All I have is 5 Ethernet cards.I want all of them to be assigned IP through DHCP while I boot my system.

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General :: Network Connection - Doesn't Assign Any IP Address To Machine

Feb 11, 2009

I have installed Ubuntu 8.10 Server Edition on Virtual Box. When I start the virtual machine I do not have connection to my home network. The router I have does not assign any IP address to this machine. Now I have some questions which I am finding hard to find answers for over the internet and other forums.

If I do have a network interface (I checked this using ifconfig -a) then is there a command to actually make the operating system connect to that network (something like repair on windows)?? Also what is the difference between a network interface with alias eth0 and eth5? I know that when it was eth0 the virtual machine used to connect to the network automatically. Now that it is eth5 it does not! I do not know however if this is related.

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General :: Assign IPV6 Address Using IOCTL System Call?

Jul 22, 2011

Please send me the code how to assign ipv6 address using ioctl system call using C.

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General :: Assign CPU Resource To A Certain Process(RHEL 5.5 Client With Workstation)?

May 27, 2010

How to assign CPU and memory resource to a certain process? How to assign CPU and memory resource to a certain user?Let's assume the software is no limit for resource usage.Below is a description of my situation.dual 6 core, 32G memory, RHEL5.5 client with workstation option.I run a big computation (say process1). However, I found from KDE system guard the CPU and memory are not loaded as expected. below are numbers. user% system%process1 100 0.00and CPU idle 90%, memory free 97%

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General :: How Do I Assign Control R+Menu To Global Kxkb Switch Action

Feb 1, 2010

I want to use a combination that avoids alphabetic/punctuation characters because that way I have a consistent physical position on different layouts. Control_R+Menu fits that requirement and is also located at a very convenient position.This combination used to work in KDE 3.5 for the global kxkb switch action, or any keyboard action for that matter. In KDE 4, trying to assign Menu by pressing the Menu key always activates the keyboard trap widget's context menu, in this case giving me the What's this?How do I work around that problem? Alternatively, do you have a snippet that I can paste into $HOME/.kde/share/config/kglobalshortcutsrc and which works?

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General :: Scrolling - Assign Commands Or Keystrokes To The Mouse Scroll Wheel?

Jan 13, 2010

I have a lil' problem with a new project. I'd like to find out how to set the ability to change to the next track in a playlist by using ongly the scroll wheel of a standard usb mouse. The objective is to assign a keystroke or a command to both mouse button 4 and mouse button 5 (scroll wheel up and scroll wheel down), so that a program like rythmbox or vlc would skip to the next or previus song in the playlist.

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General :: Assign Read Privileges To User On Specific Directories And Files

Jan 26, 2011

I am using CentOS 5.5 and I created few users (useradd john etc.) and now I want to assign privileges to this user on some directories and files in those directories. For example I want to give read privileges to directory "/documents" and all of files under that directory.

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General :: NETWORKING: Assign Domain To Point To DDNS For Mail Server?

Feb 25, 2010

I was thinking about setting up my own mail server. Problem is my ISP will not let me have a static IP unless I upgrade to a Business class service which is just too expensive for home use. As a work around I use a DDNS service from Dlink, which is actually done via So essentially I have point to my Dynamic WAN IP, and it is all automatically managed by my router.

Is there a way I can haveoint to my mail server without it being a subdomain of my DDNS om)? In other words I would like to have the email and not have it be or something like that. I know someone has done it, I just have never done it. Not quite sure what to google to find the answer myself either.

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General :: Service Startip / Assign Shutdown And Reboot Privileges To The User?

Sep 17, 2009

how to assign shutdown and reboot privileges to the user.please tell directory hierarchy privileges for /root,/bin./lib,/tmp,/var,/pro etc ...

And also i would like to give space quota to particular user and directory for users.

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General :: Ubuntu - Optical Mouse Assign Backspace To Wheel Button

Apr 25, 2010

I am trying to use my Microsoft Optical Wheel Mouse (it has left button, right button and the wheel button) in Ubuntu 9.04.I would like to use the wheel button to perform the same task as backspace key in firefox browser and file browser. I have hunted around the net for the past two weeks and found many articles on imwheel and editing x11config files but they all are for 5 of 7 button mice. I have installed and used imwheel -c which tells me that it is "wheel: Left Button 6". However as a total beginner with Linux I am not sure what to do from here. I am hoping that someone would be kind enough to give me a reasonably detailed explanation of what I need to do. If someone could spend some time to list what files I need to edit and what I need to insert into them for this mouse I would be grateful.

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General :: Can't Mkfs USB 1TB HD On RHEL5?

Jul 6, 2010

When trying to mkfs -t ext3 /media/HD-CEIU2 mounted drive, I receive "is not a block special device". Then after answering yes to proceed anyway, get messages indicating the device couldn't be read. I did fdisk the drive and rebooted.

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General :: RHEL5 - User Cannot Log On From GUI

Apr 2, 2010

I am newbie in Linux, using RHEL5. I created an account for user. User cannot log on from GUI but able to log on from command line by (ctrl-alt-f1). As a root I can log on from GUI mode.

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General :: How To Install Dns In Rhel5

Feb 4, 2010

i want to install dns in my pc. all configurations in a broad way

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General :: How To Give WEP Key In RHEL5

Jan 28, 2010

I have installed Dlink-DWL-G520 in RHEL5 - kernel 2.6.18-8.el5. Now I want to give WEP key to get IP from my wireless accesspoint. How I can give that key?

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General :: How To Take Snapshot In RHEL5

Mar 22, 2010

I want to make a snapshot of RHEL5 about my current situation ,how will I do that ?

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General :: Second NIC Not Recognized In RHEL5?

Jan 3, 2011

I have installed a second NIC to my Desktop on LINUX (Oracle Enterprise Linux 5). However, it does not get recognized while I'm performing the install and only eth0 card shows up.

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