KDE/RedH 9 No KDE-mail or Web browsing

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Mon Nov 24 09:36:21 GMT 2003

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Salut Greg,
I miss you telling, that you configured the DNS. So does the following,
issued from a shell prompt succeed?
 ping mail.comcast.net
If not, then the problem is not KDE, but you missed something (like
 To make sure, that you can reach your router, ping it's IP address. If
that is possible, and you know, that the router connects to the internet,
then it is defintively and DNS setting issue. As I do not use Red-Hat... I
cannot tell, how to set this; but it should be easily found in the
basic-network-settings... (not in KDE but in some Red-Hat-config-tool).

 hartwig ;-)

On Sun, 23 Nov 2003, Greg Johnson wrote:

> Decided to give Red Hat 9 a ride - it supposed to be easier to use.
> Well,  I cannot, for the life of me, get  KDE Mail or Konqueror to snag
> my comcast internet connection.  Details:
> Comcast broadband connection (working)
> Linksys Router (working)
> Double checked the cables (swapped -- working)
> etho0 = broadcast up
> lo = loopback up
> Traceroute = 0% loss
> POP =   mail.comcast.net   Port 110
> SMTP =  smtp.comcast.net  Port 25
> What am I missing here?

  hartwig felger

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