Someone called Rory Mac Mahon said on Sat, Sep 23, 2000 at 05:04:08PM +0100:
> I have a Linux machine in my school and I want to be able to access the net
> through it. The other windows machine use IE 4 and connect through a proxy
> server on an NT machine. When I tell Netscape the address of the server
>http://SERVER1:80 it says it can't resolve the address. Any ideas on how to get
> it working.
>Find the IP of SERVER1. try going
for a command prompt on one of the windows machine.
Also, look in the network properties for TCP/IP on one of the windows
machines. See if there's an IP address there for the DNS server, and if so,
put a line like:
in /etc/resolv.conf on the linux machine.
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