How do you configure a network in Linux?
What version of Linux do you want to configure the network on? there are thousands of distro's... and I need to know the following in order to answer your question:
1. Linux version
2. Network Card type
3. What kind of network connection are you trying to make?
Most Linux/Unix distros are free. Here are the ones most commonly known that are: Ubuntu Linux Mandriva Linux Linux Mint Open Solaris Oracle Solaris Fedora Linux Arch Linux (In this one, you configure everything from the graphical environment managers to configuring the network in the consol) Backtrack OS openSUSE Peppermint Linux Gentoo Linux Puppy Linux PCLinuxOS FreeBSD OpenBSD These just listed are the most commonly known free distributions of Unix/Linux. The ones that are not…
If you are using Red Hat 8 or more then install your Vega card and then boot into linux. Red Hat should automatically be able to configure it. If not then find out whether that Vega card is supported in the Linux that you are using. Also find out the driver of your Vega card for Linux .... from the manufacturer's web site.
There are a couple of ways. Usually when you configure DHCP in Linux it'll simply use your gateway (Usually your router.) for DNS and you won't have to do anything. Static users will have to look up how to get a DNS configuration that sticks on their distribution's documentation, as network configuration is distribution specific. A temporary solution is to simply put "nameserver <IP of DNS SERVER>" in /etc/resolv.conf, but a LOT of distribution network…
iptables is the current host-based, Linux IP stateful firewall and routing service that can be enabled in your Fedora Linux Server. It controls incoming and outgoing network connections and either allows, disallows, or forwards requests based on a set of defined rule sets you configure within the firewall application itself.