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Not 100% related, but for anybody looking for similar instructions, but the guest os is centos/fedora/etc with a LVM partition, the instructions won't work. BUT, some nice fella posted instructions in the comments of the above mentioned page: modhul.com/2008/10/21/… - the instructions worked for me
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And your hammer really is awesome
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(continued...) And Frankly I am completely embarrassed. My question is actually about LiteSpeed web server, not lighttpd (I am red as a tomato). Please don't ask why I said lighttpd in my question. I don't know why other than the fact that I had been reading up on lighttpd recently (research). Holy crap. Thanks for your awesome reply. I hope it helps somebody at somepoint.
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Holy crap. Paul, first I want to thank you for your thorough reply. Secondly, I need to tell you that you are right, I must have been smoking something strong when I posed the question - my question really doesn't make sense!!!
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comment Why is my eth0 getting a dynamic ip when it is configured to be static?
Thanks for the many answers guys. McJeff, yes, the NetworkManager was running and I turned that off. The problem still persisted after turning it off though. kmarsh, I think you were probably right, that one of my ifcfg-eth0 files was out-of-sync, but I didn't verify before I used a gui tool to fix. It has been a while now and I can't remember exactly what the tool was but I remember using a GUI program that I found via a (lengthy) google search. It wasn't your standard gnome/kde network config gui though. Gosh, if I come across the link again I will post here.
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