I'm wanting to switch to Fedora as I prepare for my RHCE. I'm having a bit of an issue, that I'm kinda embarrassed to admit, but I can't learn unless I ask.
I boot up Fedora 10 live and my network connection is fine, I get a DHCP address. I check /etc/resolv.conf and it has the proper DNS server listed. I type the command
I get good results from this, but when I try to use Firefox it is unable to resolve www.purdue.edu. So I type the IP address in Firefox for purdue.edu and the page loads, but not fully. I basically get the text and links of the website, none of the images or multimedia load. I don't expect flash objects since it's not installed on the live CD, but a white background with only text and links in a column?Code:ping www.purdue.edu
Any idea? BTW this is the i686 live CD not 64 bit.