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Sun Mar 6 15:57:21 UTC 2005
Leandro Melo ha scritto/wrote il giorno/on 06/03/2005 16:52:
>I just intalled Firestarter on my Fedora 2. The goal is to share my
>Internet Fedora connection to my other computer at home that runs
>I followed the instructions at the Firestarter web site. I configured
>my Internet connection with the eth0 device (naturally, this is my
>hardaware device, but I'm using default's fedora network manager in
>which I have a logical ppp0 device - I called it eth0MyConn - that
>points to the eth0 hardware device). I also configured in Firestarter
>the other device I'd like to share the connection with, which is eth1.
>I configured it to use dhcp as it's suggested. The device eth1 is
>connected to my other computer that runs Windows XP.
>After doing the necessary configuration I finished Firestarter
>The problems are:
>1 - When I try to start Firestarter (or when it starts by itself when
>I dial up) it gives an error that "eth0 is not ready... check if the
>connection is active". The point is that my connection is active, I
>can use the internet normally, but Firestarter gives this error.
>2 - If I try to use the connection stabilished in Fedora from my
>Windows XP, it doesn't work. In other words, the connection that is
>supposed to be shared is not working, my Windows XP can't see the
>Can anyone help me out with these problems. I'm very new to linux.
>p.s.: I'll also try to send this message to firestarter mailling list,
>but if anyone could help me out also here, I'd appreciate.
Can you ping the Linux machine from the Windows machine???
If you issue:
ping xxx.yyy.oo.oo where you put corerct address what you get???
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