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Ok /wsr/, I was dicking about with puppy linux and now I somehow fucked up my internet connection.

I have no idea what is causing it, eth0 says it is able to locate a live network and Auto DHCP tells me that Network Config of eth0 was successful, but SeaMonkey tells me that the addresses I try couldn't be found.

I have uninstalled all packages I installed, tried switching ethernet cables, reset the router, ran Auto DHCP five hundred times and tried switching network modules with auto-probe with the puppy network wizard. Google isn't giving me any relevant results, and I am too much of a retard to figure it my self it seems.

I know that there isn't a hardware error since I got online when I made a new puppyfile/pupsave and ran auto DHCP on that. Both puppyfiles have the same network modules loaded.

Does anyone have any suggestions for how to fix this?
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First of all, check whether you have local connection by pinging your router :
$ ping 192.168.0.1 (or something like that)

Then check whether you have internet connection:
$ ping 8.8.8.8

Then check whether you have DNS:
$ ping google.com

If all three pings are OK, check that no proxy is configured in your DE nor in SeaMonkey.
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>>52613
I get a response on both the local and internet test, the DNS test gives me:
>ping: bad address 'google.com'
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>>52894
Add these 2 lines to your /etc/resolv.conf:

nameserver 8.8.8.8
nameserver 8.8.4.4

These are Google's DNS, feel free to change afterward if it works.
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>>52963
>/etc/resolv.conf
I found a symbolic link to /etx/ppp/resolv.conf
And there I find another symbolic link, but this time to ../resolv.conf

Seems like a program dicked with the resolv files, because I have never even been into the ect folder before this.

Anyway, I copied the resolv.conf from my working pupsave into the one without internet and now it works.

Thank you anon(s?) for taking the time to help, I really appreciate it!
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