ifconfig.eth0/ipv4 or ifcfg-eth0 why the difference
stosss at gmail.com
Tue Feb 9 10:23:30 PST 2010
> YES!!! (fist pump in the air) I have connectivity!
A little early to get excited. I have eth0 and it loads and the kernel
is happy no errors no warnings. Still no connectivity.
my ifconfig.eth0/ipv4 look like this:
I did a test by launching the LFS LiveCD iso image in another VM to
see how it configured itself.
This is also the same for all my other VMs. VirtualBox sets all VMs to
this private network and each one is completely separate from the
others. If I set PREFIX=24 in my LFS build the kernel complains with
FAIL. On most of my real machines and VMs I can run route -n and see
the details for the gateway. I can't do that with my build LFS but I
can do that with the LFS LiveCD. Which package needs to be installed
so the route command is available? Or, do I already have another way
to see the gateway details? This is still only a completed LFS build
as it is found at the end of chapter 9. I have done nothing else with
it since I don't have connectivity yet.
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