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Chapter 7. Connecting to the Internet

Fedora includes a graphical tool to help configure various connections and network interfaces. KDE is included by default and allows easy management of configured connections.

7.1. GNOME

To launch the Network Configuration Tool in GNOME, navigate to the System > Administration > Network menu entry. When working as a regular user the application prompts for the root password.

 
 
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