Adding DNSes in SuSE personal Ed.

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  1. devilhead_satish

    devilhead_satish New Member

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    Can anyone tell me how and where to put the Preferred and Alternate DNS adresses? Please, coz you will put one more Linux user on the net.
    And best of all I can access www.thinkdigit.com/forum right from Linux!
     
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    open a terminal window in gui (or Desktop) and type
    if you are not logged in as root
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    su
    so it will ask for a password
    password:*****
    give ur password
    yast
    
    if you are logged in as root then just type
    Code:
    yast
    
    YaSt is Suse's Configuration tool, here u will be able to setup Networks (@least thats what sites says... I use Fedora Core1 Linux so am not too familiar with SuSe)

    Hope this helps...
     
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