RE: [mu SETUP - Newbie] Internet

From: winsor SMP (
Date: Sun Nov 26 2000 - 04:03:01 CET

('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) Have you specified a DNS server?..........look at your /etc/resolv.conf file...........windoze sometimes doesn't need an IP# for a DNS server, but linux does:)

>From: "Arne Hagenah" <>
>Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 18:31:33 +0100
>Subject: [mu SETUP - Newbie] Internet
> I have problems to get the WWW, E-Mail and News-groups.
> After having installed the interesting muLinux I tried out the
> way to the internet.
> What works is ping and traceroute.
> I mostly wonder that I can't access the WWW (maybe there
> are different reasons that don't let me get newsgroups etc.).
> I installed muLinux several times. Also on my harddisk as on
> some floppies.
> I am a real newbie for Linux - but I work on it ! ;-))
> I bought me a book about Linux and read it - but I can't
> explain why this does not work ...
> Has anyone an idea ?? - I would be glad to try out some new
> Because I am new to the list I say hello to muLinux and the
> ones who spend there time in helping newbies and developing
> muLinux !
> My computer is a Pentium 133 with 16 MB RAM and Win95 as
> main system.
> Some weeks ago I tried to install Suse-Linux.
> I was astonished about _how_ old my system ist, because with
> the 16MB it ist complicate to use the full features of
> Suse/Staroffice etc.
> So I downloaded muLinux to try a different view.
> muLinux fascinates me because of the efficience. ;-)
> For me it has a special atmosphere. :-)
> Greetings: Arne.
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