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I have been using Fedora 10 for the past few months, and it's a good distro, but I recently decided I just miss the freedom and "tweakability" of Gentoo. The reason I left Gentoo for Fedora in the first place was three-fold: 1) Fedora offers whole disk encryption during install. All you have to do is click one button. With Gentoo, you have to go through a very complex manual install of an encrypted partition, and after you're finished, you have to find a script that will mount it on boot.
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Q. I would like to create alias for my network card (NIC). How do I setup 2 IP address on One NIC?