How to make a static IP address in Ubuntu

If you have a new install of Ubuntu/Debian, you’ll notice that eth0 is always set to “DHCP”. ¬†While this is fine and dandy for user environments, out there in the server world, we like static IP addresses. First thing’s first….¬†open the /etc/network/interfaces file. sudo vi /etc/network/interfaces Next, you want to change the eth0 DHCP setting … Continue Reading