DHCP Server Configuration Problem

DÔ Phan-Cam-Thach dophancamthach at yahoo.co.uk
Mon May 26 12:37:49 UTC 2008

The problem is that when i do like that, the system read the file /etc/dhcpd.conf. And now, i can not modify the content of this file (as i have just written in the last email) 

DO Phan Cam Thach
email: dophancamthach at yahoo.co.uk

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From: Glenn Satchell <Glenn.Satchell at uniq.com.au>
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Subject: Re: DHCP Server Configuration Problem

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>Hello all,
>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.
>Thanks in advance.


You need to be root to start dhcpd, so two ways to do this on most
versions of Linux:

sudo service dhcpd start

su -
service dhcpd start


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