+ 0 Votes Desole... zefficace Updated - 5 years ago Clairement, pour avoir utilise le mot "et" ainsi que le mot "sous", vous etes plus francophone qu'anglophone, et votre texte en anglais est disont, difficile a comprendre, car je n'ai aucune idee de ce vous voulez faire. Peut-etre vaudrait-il mieux de choisir un forum mandriva francais. L'aide sur mandriva sera certainement formulee plus precisement par ses utilisateurs meme, et il n'y aura pas de barriere des langues. Enfin, normalement, la configuration du reseau demande d'etre "root", soit par la commande "sudo" en console, ou par l'acces d'outils graphiques necessitant le mot de passe root. Puisque je n'ai aucune idee de ce que vous entendez faire, je ne puis vous aider plus amplement. Bonne chance (Evitez les accents, ils ne fonctionnent pas ici) + 0 Votes thx, waiting for your reading of seting up dns then uswer me sidali 5 years ago hya, i thank yu for iteressting, so either you find a solution just send me, and if you want we can speak in instance message msn.. thx sidali + 0 Votes En fait... zefficace 5 years ago Regarde ici, parce que je pense que je sais ce que tu veux faire... http://www.trustonme.net/didactels/242.html + 0 Votes Try this out... Peconet Tietokoneet 5 years ago You can create a new icon (on the desktop or in your menu) for 'konqueror' and right-click it and select 'Properties'. Within that menu you can set it to run as a different user, and in this case you would use 'root'. You can use 'drakedm' to switch to a different login manager (like the original KDE login manager) which will allow you to login as root (although this is not recommended, as all applications that require root access will ask for it). Press 'CTRL-ALT-ESC' and 'xkill' will pop-up. It is now a part of XFree, and not a seperate package. http://expert.mandriva.com/question/75679 + 0 Votes A translation... zefficace 5 years ago This guy want to set up an intranet for the use of his campus. The intranet would have a public messaging service. In doing so, he want to set up both a DNS and DHCP server on the same machine using Mandriva Linux. Up to now, his attemps have failed, and needs guidance as to what to try next. Now I found him 2 tutorials in french, but I have limited knowledge... So if anyone wants to help, this is what to original post is about. + 0 Votes a couple of steps needed Jaqui Updated - 5 years ago bind, the dns software, isn't a simple configuration. reading the man pages and articles about securing it will be the most important part. the second most important thing needed is to pay the money to become a registrar of domain names. [ the only reason to use bind instead of the isp's dns servers. ] dhcpd is much more straightforward to configure. first thing is to use a static ip on the server itself. then in the dhcpd configuration you need to give it an ip block to work with. this block has to be large enough to support the triple number of users the university expects to have. [ smartphones on top of student laptops etc ] The easiest way to configure both, once you understand them is to use the Drak Xtools configuration wizards. you can log in as a regular user, click the configure my computer icon on the taskbar and enter the root password when prompted to. Mandriva locks root login out on purpose, but makes it easy to access the admin tasks by supplying the root password. edit to add: even though Canada is officially bilingual with French and English, on the west coast, where I am, French is pretty much unused. I forgot what little was pounded into my head in school from a complete lack of use of it.