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stonker

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    Red Hat 6.2 installation gone wrong
    Hi, any pointers would be greatly appreciated: I have finally wiped my Windows laptop after my daughter did something funny to it. I would not restore and all that other Microsoft b/s. Lost everything, including a connection. Red Hat 6.2 Enterprise is 'installed', but no Internet connectivity, I have found the terminal, logged in as root and cannot access a simple ipconfig command or netconfig. Numerous searches have led to dead ends, and hours have been wasted.... but I vow never to go back to Windows. Ah, its a Lenova laptop (G780?) Any pointers would be appreciated as to how to proceed, thanks
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    Hi, any pointers would be greatly appreciated:

    I have finally wiped my Windows laptop after my daughter did something funny to it. I would not restore and all that other Microsoft b/s. Lost everything, including a connection.

    Red Hat 6.2 Enterprise is 'installed', but no Internet connectivity, I have found the terminal, logged in as root and cannot access a simple ipconfig command or netconfig.

    Numerous searches have led to dead ends, and hours have been wasted.... but I vow never to go back to Windows.

    Ah, its a Lenova laptop (G780?)

    Any pointers would be appreciated as to how to proceed, thanks

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