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Please help. I have two questions about seting up my Ubuntu machine - First, I want to install two network cards, and have them be totally independent of each other (separate ip addresses,etc.). When I just list them in the /etc/interfaces file I get a situation where the first card responds to...
Win 7 created a new network during installation, I already have a network setup of five computers two with XP- and two with Ubuntu-Samba,now win 7 created its own network. I just want it to join the existing network!