dhclient is the DHCP client for Linux and UNIX, created by the Internet Software Consortium. It is used to configure network interfaces using DHCP or BOOTP protocol, or can be used to assign static configurations.

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VMWare Workstation w/Ubuntu 10.04 Server: DHCP Issues

Hey all. Bit of a possibly simple DHCP issue with my Ubuntu 10.04 Server (VMWare Guest). When I sudo dhclient eth0 it sends out plenty of DHCPDISCOVERs but doesn't get any DHCPOFFERs back from the ...
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DHCLIENT.CONF System variables

I've just a little question. My DNS Servers are updated by our DHCP Server (Microsoft Windows 2003 R2 SP2). My clients are Debian Linux Distro's, and I have to modify my DHCLIENT.CONF file on it to ...
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Update hostname from Debian machine with DHCP to a Windows 2008 DNS server

I have a XenServer installation with Debian (lenny) machines created on a daily basis using a script which creates the machine from a template and assigns it with a new hostname. Our network has a ...