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Every time I shut my box off, then reboot, I have to set up networking again.
I do not change any setting. All I do is delete the existing settings then renter them.
I'm running Mandriva 2006 and using the Mandriva Control Center to make the changes.
Any ideas on how to solve this.

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Kemasa

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One thing to check is to see if the config files are being properly set when you make the changes in the control center.
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Where are these files?

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You can check in:

/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts

It depends on what you are setting though.
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