I got the static ip working. But, I'd like to know the file in which the data (ip address, etc) is stored.
I frequently move my laptop to my lab, house, hostel, etc. For each place, I have a static ip configuration (different ip address, gateway, DNS, etc). When I used Debian, I had the other configurations commented out in my /etc/network/interfaces file, and would uncomment the required configuration followed by a (as root) -
$ /etc/init.d/networking restart
Is there some similar file that I can modify? And what is the substitute for the networking restart command? Or, on a more general note, what is the substitute for the /etc/init.d folder?
Also, regarding the use of JWM. Every time I log out (or even restart x), I lose all my JWM settings. I have to redo all the settings. Any idea why that is happening?
@ nightflier :
Thanks again for helping me out.