From: Mike Stilson (
Date: 01/08/02

On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 06:54:21PM -0500, Cory Harasym wrote:
>--- krenshala <> wrote:
>> On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 05:58:53PM -0500, Cory
>> Harasym was heard to say:
>>> I was just may be from my
>>> networking..cause my dad was spouse to do it..but it
>>> didnt work so he jsut left it..we have to computers
>>> connected to the internet through a hub..jsut one question
>>> Start>Settings>Control Pannel>Add/Remove
>>> Programs>Windows Setup>Communications. I was just
>>> wondering what needs to be selected to make your
>>> netowrk. work. we are using windows ME. Thank you so
>>> much guys for all your help!
>> Can those two computers view
>> or
>> ?  If they CAN view these
>> pages (and I an 99+% sure they can since you're getting
>> this email :) then networking config on your 'puter is
>> NOT the problem.
>Well yeah..they can..i go on there and here
>sometimes...matters whats being used...then what is
>the problem?!? i am clueless. i tried everything

The problem isn't so much if comp-A and comp-B can talk to the internet,
it's if comp-A and comp-B can talk to eachother.  Can you successfully
ping one from the other?  Telnet back & forth?  If not (especially the
pinging) then it's a routing problem.

As for the mud...
run it on comp-A.  Test it from comp-A.

As for what tabs where in which window, I dunno; I do *nix myself.


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