On Sunday 07 November 2004 11:55, Dale Dunlea wrote:
> > What are the advantages/disadvantages of running dhcp on a
> > little home LAN?
>> I run DHCP on my home LAN. Recently I've found myself with the need to
> perform several gentoo installations. It's very handy to just be able to
> boot the live CD and have the network setup there from the get go.
I'm going to try DHCP on my little LAN, following advice from Rick Moen
But I don't actually see why it should be any harder or easier
to install a distribution with dhcp.
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