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When using Xorg-server-1.7 with hal, there is no need to have a xorg.conf. Is there some kind of hal2xorg utility?
This tutorial is used to assist in the development funtoo servers used for internet cafe and school. This servers includes internet sharing , local dns, and data sharing.
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= '''Network Spesification''' =
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== hal -> xorg (udev). ==
  
'''WAN (Wide Area Network)'''<br />
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> When using Xorg-server-1.7 with hal, there is no need to have a xorg.conf. Is there some kind of hal2xorg utility?
IP  124.81.181.34<br />
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NM  255.255.255.248<br />
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GW  124.81.181.33<br />
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NS1 202.155.0.10<br />
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NS1 202.155.0.15<br />
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'''LAN (Local Area Network)'''<br />
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Sadly, there is no fdi2xorgconf converters. You could use xorg without xorg.conf even with <=1.7 also. xorg.conf.d dir with small configs is almost like hal's fdi files.
IP 192.168.1.1<br />
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NM 255.255.255.0<br />
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= '''Network Configuration''' =
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WAN is a network that is connected to the Internet. In this example, using Indosat M2 with VSATs which have 8 public ip and one of them used to the server (124.81.181.35). WAN connected to the network device eth0, in the configuration file /etc/conf.d/netif.eth0
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# nano /etc/conf.d/netif.eth0
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template="interface"
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IP=124.81.181.35
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NM=255.255.255.0
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GW=124.81.181.33
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NS1=202.155.0.10
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NS2=202.155.0.15
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# ln -s /etc/init.d/netif.tmpl /etc/init.d/netif.eth0
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# rc-update add netif.eth0 boot
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# rc
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LAN is a network that is connected to the local network. The local network is connected to a network device eth1, in the configuration file /etc/conf.d/netif.eth1.
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# nano /etc/conf.d/netif.eth1
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template="interface"
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IP=192.168.1.1
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NM=255.255.255.0
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# ln -s /etc/init.d/netif.tmpl /etc/init.d/netif.eth1
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# rc-update add netif.eth1 boot
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# rc
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= '''Router Configuration''' =
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The router allows you to connect 2 (two) or more networks. The server will also be supporting the NAT (Network Address Translation), to connect the internet with a local network.
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Latest revision as of 12:13, November 8, 2010

When using Xorg-server-1.7 with hal, there is no need to have a xorg.conf. Is there some kind of hal2xorg utility?

hal -> xorg (udev).

> When using Xorg-server-1.7 with hal, there is no need to have a xorg.conf. Is there some kind of hal2xorg utility?

Sadly, there is no fdi2xorgconf converters. You could use xorg without xorg.conf even with <=1.7 also. xorg.conf.d dir with small configs is almost like hal's fdi files.