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Re: [K12OSN] You can't have LTSP and network too



2008/11/20 M Rathburn <stretchem gmail com>:
>> FC 9 might detect your NICs in a different order than RHEL/CENTOS.
>> The other thing to check, did you restart the computer or the
>> NetworkManger service too? The other thing you may have to do
>> first, especially on a stock install of FC 9, is to do all
>> the updates first.
>
> Yes, this was exactly the problem.  Installs of K12Linux CentOS5 configured
> the two interfaces differently from what the installs of F9 did.  ie:
> CentOS5 said eth0 was network card #1, while F9 said eth0 was network card
> #2.

In some hardware + software combinations the boards keeping getting
recognized randomly as eth0 & eth1. In such cases you can fix a
particular interface to always get recognized consistently by editing
interface file by adding hwaddr statement like:

hwaddr 00:1a:6b:6c:39:48

-- 
Regards,
Sudev Barar
Read http://blog.sudev.in for topics ranging from here to there.

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