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    Using Fedora 9

    We have an ICT Suite full of Fedora 9 installed Computers, and they find our server pefectly fine, but they do not like DHCP after the updates, so have been going on the admin domain for the past couple of days. Does anyone know how I can resolve this without having to install windows, as the reason for going to Fedora is to move away from windows.

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    yeah had the same problem, after doing all the updates to the latest version, DHCP refuses to work so I have to put it as a static IP onto my admin domain, which I dont like doin ass the children can gain access to unneeded area's.

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    it refuses to connect to the internet and server after the updates, then I have manually added the PC to the server, but then I cant use our proxy so the internet is unfiltered which is a no no. so i put it onto our Admin IP Range and put on a custom proxy, but doing that opens up the ability to get access to confidential files on the admin domain and admin server.

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    i fixed the DHCP error now, was a fault server side as it removed the PC from the DHCP list.

    Now though the machine is saying "Cannot innitiate the http protocol"

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