I'd like to get the Pi (RPi 3) to allocate IP addresses to an Ethernet network I am building for use in a 3rd-world country. It currently only works in its default setting if there is already a DHCP Server on the network (there isn't).
I thought there was a GUI configuration tool somewhere for the network but it does not seem to be present in this implementation (RACHEL Debian Linux). I am not a competent Linux hacker but I could follow command-line instructions if they were provided to do this.
It seems to have a tool installed called BusyBox which says it provides DHCP services, but I can't even see how that is configured.
Can anyone help with this? I can't see a relevant topic on the Forum.