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#1 jumpnjoe59

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Posted 14 January 2004 - 02:12 AM

I am new (like REAL new to Linux)...in fact just completed my first install of Fedora. I have years of experience with Windows but am coming into Fedora with zero UNIX/Linux experience. The install went fine but at the time of the install I did not have this PC connected to my home network. I have since added my Fedora PC to my D-Link Router. The D-Link piece is working fine as I am typing this on my other networked PC which is running XP. How do I check the IP address in Fedora? In Windows I would type ipconfig /all from the DOS prompt...is there an equivalent in Linux/Fedora? I do see the idiot lights are lit on the NIC and my router recognizes there is a NIC connected to it. Thanks in Advance.

#2 Dapper Dan

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Posted 14 January 2004 - 02:22 AM

Try:

/sbin/ifconfig




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