On July 9, mel at csn.ul.ie said:
>> hmmm, strange. Are you sure networking is working under UML? Can you ping
> either machine? Bear in mind that you don't set up neworking the same way
> as normal, there is a specific UML network device
My guess would be that getting "connection refused" is a good
indicator of connectivity. If the networking wasn't configured, he'd
be getting "no route to host" or similar.
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