I've found several how-to's that essentially go through the same process in setting up DHCP.
Here's a link that has the list of all steps needed to install and setup DHCP. I followed all the steps and found that the
sudo /etc/init.d/dhcp3-server restart portion returns
command not found only to reveal the the file doesn't even exist. I've installed (
sudo apt-get install dhcp3-server) and uninstalled (
sudo apt-get remove dhcp3-server) two or three times. I'm pretty sure my config files are good because I've had to check them three times. But I don't think I'm to that point of being able to see them action it. I can't control the process.
Why is the file missing? How is it supposed to get there? Help?