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    Change from DHCP to static IP

    Hi guys - long time no see!

    I've a box with debian 3.0 installed on it. So far everything is fine...it goes like hell ;D
    Unfortunately I've selected "configure network for dhcp" during installation but now I need to change this to a static IP.

    Is this only done with ifconfig? Does the box retain the static IP after the next reboot. Do I have to disable/shut down any dhcp settings?

    Thnx so far!

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    Re:Change from DHCP to static IP

    Hah...found "man interfaces"

    nice... ;D

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