DHCP Server Configuration Problem
dophancamthach at yahoo.co.uk
Mon May 26 11:50:58 UTC 2008
Firstly, thanks for your answer.
My distribution est Ubuntu 8.04. I installed dhcpd from source sur le site de isc. And i have tried with sudo, so i was in the root mode.
I haven't found the file dhcpd.conf in /etc/init.d either.
For more info. Hope that this infos will help you to find out a solution. Thanks so much.
DO Phan Cam Thach
email: dophancamthach at yahoo.co.uk
----- Original Message ----
From: Simon Hobson <dhcp1 at thehobsons.co.uk>
To: dhcp-users at isc.org
Sent: Monday, 26 May, 2008 12:56:39 PM
Subject: Re: DHCP Server Configuration Problem
DÔ Phan-Cam-Thach wrote:
>i now have a server configuration problem. There
>is no problem when i try to modify the
>configuration infos in the file dhcpd.conf for
>configuring the server. But when i execute the
>server by the command:
>there is a warning : unable to create icmp socket: operation not permitted
> /etc/dhcpd.conf not found
>So that i creat un file whose name is dhcpd.conf in /etc
>But i can not modify the content of this file, even can not use this command:
>cat /dhcp/server/dhcpd.conf > /etc/dhcpd.conf
>I know this question is very simple. But i'm a
>beginner in Linux. So hope that someone will
>help me with his answer.
You need to provide some information !
What OS/Distribution are you running ?
How did you install DHCPD - from source, from package for your OS ?
Are you logged in as a regular user or root ?
Many distributions put the config files in
different places - for example Debian Etch puts
the config files in /etc/dhcp3/. Similarly, most
packaged installations also provide scripts for
starting/stopping the service and applying config
options - again for Debian this would be
/etc/init.d/dhcpd [start | stop | restart ] for
control and defaults for command line options
would be specified in /etc/default/dhcpd
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