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UBUNTU and static network address

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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com Ubuntu network configuration is in a slightly different place to other distros we have looked at. So if you want to configure a static IP address from the Ubuntu command line you will edit the /etc/network/interfaces file. Once done then we can restart network services and this is done with /etc/init.d/networking restart
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maxpolaris99 (1 month ago)
Thank you Andrew
Kenneth Hoffmann (6 months ago)
Every fucking tutorial the same. "Just type this and this and your good" Dont explain how you choose your address, or gateway or what have you, just fucking type this shit and your good ya? Well it doesnt fucking work m8 you need to be more clear.
chris johansson (7 months ago)
I do everything you have done , but still I don't get out on the net to make update
Hamlet peña (1 year ago)
i triedto follow this tutorial but i can see with one VM ubuntu make by default NAT network , and i can not see the conection after i was made Host-Only Networks how we can the change for follow as in the video tutorial. Thank you
ElizaberthUndEugen (2 years ago)
and where the hell do I get those addresses from?
KmOj (1 year ago)
ElizaberthUndEugen from your network administrator
Mats Eriksson (5 years ago)
Thanks for a good series of tutorials!

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