I am fairly new on Parallels, but not so new on the guest OSes I am trying to use with it. I have not been able to find any documentation on how to do what I am trying to, so hopefully someone here can help me. My installation of Win XP went without any hiccups, so I recently installed CentOs 5.1. The installation went smoothly after I figured out (much to my dismay) that I could not use the 64 bit version of the OS. This was disappointing, but not deal breaking. Once I got everything loaded up, and capped the memory down to 512 MB so it would boot properly (ie. at all) I discovered that the system did not recognize any specific video card or monitor. Even this is not a total show stopper though. Most of what I am doing does not require especially high end graphics. The next discovery is the one that may make Parallels more or less useless to me. My installation can only either see en0 OR en1, but not both... I am certain that there must be a way to make it see both interfaces, because it would make no sense to me at all that this should not be the case. If anyone can point me in the right direction to make this happen I would be greatly appreciative. I need to set up a Wireshark box on here, and it just isn't going to work if I don't have two interfaces to bridge. Please don't tell me I have to find a different more capable product to do this. Thanks in advance.