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HOWTO-Xming_coLinux_Internet_2.0 (Slackware) Edit

#/boot/img=Slackware-13.0.512MB.ext3 [sourceforge.net]

# I am a n3wbi3!

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Windows XP SP3 Edit


Need 2 TAP Connections
a- TAP-LAN # Created with coLinux install. How good!

b- LOOP >>

>>To TAP that… go to…

a- Start > Run > hdwwiz.cpl

b- Next > #Wait > Yes > #End of list “Add new..” > Install (Advanced) >

Network Adapters > TAP > Next > !!Crack_MS Windows Error Msg!! Continue > Finish


'Configure (Local Area Connection X) # X=Windows ID Number, ex: '“Local Area.Con.4.”

a- Start > Settings > Network Connections

b- Select Local Area Con X + Rename (F2) = TAP-LAN

c- Select Local Area Con X + Rename (F2) = LOOP

d- Right click TAP-LAN > Properties > TCP/IP > Properties >

IP="[192.168.15.x]" Netmask=255.255.255.0 #Start > Run > command > ipconfig /all

  1. IP {config by network admin} = network "[192.168.15.0 ]"

e- Right Click TAP-LAN > Properties > [@TOP_hw.icon] Configure >

Advanced > Media Status > Always Connected > OK

f- Select “Local Area Con X” + TAP-LAN > Right Click > Bridge #Wait!

G- Right click LOOP > Properties > TCP/IP > Properties > IP=192.168.0.x

Netmask=255.255.0.0 #This is the virtual connection for your X server!

H- Right click LOOP > Properties > Configure > Advanced > Media Status >

Always Connected > OK

I- Start > Run > command > ipconfig /all

# GREAT!?
# IPs
# Gateway 192.168.15.x
# Bridge 192.168.15.x
# TAP-LAN 192.168.15.x# LOOP 192.168.0.x

# Network 192.168.15.0 "[ex: 192.168.16.0; 192.168.0.0]"

# MAC(Physical) for “Local Area Con. X_hw.driver” "[00:11:22:3F:4D:55 ]"


Start > Run > notepad.exe { $coLinux _PATH } x.conf

a- eth0=tuntap,”TAP-LAN”, 80:11:22:3F:4D:55

  1. SIX-PAIRS (Change the First PAIR to 80)# Makes it unique! Don’t you love it?


b- eth1=tuntap,”LOOP”

c- exec0={ $Xming_PATH } Xming.exe

d- export DISPLAY=192.168.15.x:0.0 #Bridge IP
# Same command in .bash_profile (USER) # OR /etc/profile (GLOBAL)


Start > Run > notepad.exe { $Xming _PATH } Xy.hosts

# y=0 (DEFAULT)

a- 192.168.15.x # TAP-LAN IP

b- Save


#!/bin/bash { $_shell } Edit

# $DISPLAY

a- $ echo -e “\n export DISPLAY=192.168.15.x:0.0\n” >> .bash_profile #Bridge IP # Append (>>) if FILE_exists OR Create new (>) # New Line(“\n”)

b- $ echo $DISPLAYc- $ cat .bash_profile # Same? ;)


# /etc/hosts : /etc/resolv.conf /: etc/networks(Slackware)

a- $ echo $HOSTNAME # Note!

b- $ echo “192.168.15.9 $HOSTNAME” >> /etc/hosts # TAP-LAN IP

c- $ echo –e “\n nameserver 192.168.15.x\n nameserver ISP-IP\n” >> /etc/resolv.conf #Comcast.net ISP=76.96.38.x # Yeah! ”\nnameserver! ;)

d- $ echo –e “\n localnet 192.168.15.0\n” >> /etc/networks

e- $ mkdir /etc/network # if FILE_exists

f- $ echo –e “\n auto eth0\n iface eth0 inet static\n address 192.168.15.x\n

netmask 255.255.255.0\n network 192.168.15.0\n broadcast 192.168.15.255\n

gateway 192.168.15.x\n\n” >> /etc/network/interfaces

g- $ echo –e “auto eth1\n iface eth1 static\n address 192.168.0.x\n netmask

255.255.0.0\n\n” >> /etc/network/interfaces

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EOF #DONE! Edit


1- $ restart
2- User_Login3- CoLinux Console > Detach > Close (ALT+ F4) coLinux-daemon.exe

command console window #Wait for VM shutdown! [yellow]
4- Start > Run > command > colinux-daemon.exe @x.conf
5- Usser_Login 6- $ xterm &

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