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December 2, 2008 at 8:11 pm #41334dragmanMember
Hi 🙂 iam Armin from Germany.
Well i got a small problem with the default gateway wich works fine in general, but after rebooting zeroshell the state is allways down.
The question is, is it possible to change the state automaticly to up after reboot?
Thanks for your answers
ArminDecember 3, 2008 at 9:26 pm #47235abaleMember
Assuming that you have created the database and changed the configuration to active, it should just work.
You will need to post more details to how you have Zeroshell configured if you would like more help from the people in the forum. Give us things like what device you are instaling it on and how you are booting the Zeroshell install. For instance, is this a CDROM boot on standalone computer?
Also, how did you setup the configuration database, default gateway, IP addresses, etc.December 4, 2008 at 8:53 am #47236dragmanMember
I use the pre configured VM , i did the configuration via the small command line interface, which is shown when ZeroShell is booted.
Is it possible that it depend on changing the ip address through the web interface?
First i use 192.168.1.100 ETH0 and 192.168.3.100 ETH1 then i need to change ETH1 for some reason to 192.168.195.100 and i did it trough the web interface and not through the command line?
🙁 The main Problem is i am absolutely new on linuxDecember 4, 2008 at 9:27 am #47237abaleMember
Zeroshell is designed to be configured via the web interface. This means you shouldn’t need to know a lot about linux in particular to use it.
You should probably take a look at the instructions from the main page: http://digidownload.libero.it/smasherdevourer/schede/linux/zeroshellEN.pdf
The console interface is used mainly to get you setup to connect to the system via the web interface. You need to go into the web interface to set and store the configuration in the database, otherwise on reboot, it returns to the default settings. Try following the document link I listed above, and see if that gets you where you need to go. Then feel free to come back and ask additional questions.
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