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Re: Network and booting

Dave wrote:

> Ok, I added the /etc/sysconfig info and the network info but the
> /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 is where I think I went wrong.
> There was only a ifcfg-lo for the local info so I went ahead and added the
> file with the info according to the "how to" page and then I made the file
> executable, is the correct, or is that file already suppose to be there?
> After adding the file I did a "ifup eth0" and it hung tring to find the
> adapter which I know works with ifconfig, so it must be a mistake in the
> script.
> I'll go ahead print the files here so you can see and I haven't even tried
> to get the second network adapter working yet which is eth1.
> /etc/sysconfig/network
> HOSTNAME="me.mydomain.com"
> DOMAINNAME="me.com"
> GATEWAY="my dls router"
> Now for the script I created. etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0
> DEVICE="eth0"
> ONBOOT="yes"
> BOOTPROTO="bootp"
> now that I have looked in there after running the script, linux addes about
> 20 lines  starting with IPX, weird.
> Well, looks like I am close, but I think one of the files above is the
> culprit.
> Any ideas.
> Thanks for the help
> Dave

Dave -
my guess is the BOOTPROTO="bootp" is the culprit.  I bet that the kernel is
doing a bootp call and cannot find a bootp server anywhere.

Try changing that line to :


I am also assuming that the domainname is really:
mydomain.com and not me.com
I don't think this will keep the interface from coming up anyway.



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