Still trying to bring up LFS, is there a network connection?
gramos at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 17 16:16:57 PST 2010
> dhcp is not a part of LFS. There is no reason you
> can't use a static IP
> instead. However, you can build dhcp from
> BLFS if you want.
> You will need ot build openssl and openssh and start sshd
> from a boot
> script to log in remotely.
> Are you by any chance building this in a VM? If so,
> which one?
> The only time I've heard of anyone having problmes with usb
> are when the
> drivers are not built into the kernel properly.
> -- Bruce
No, not a VM system. I have had problems with this machine's USB ports in the past, come right up on the LiveCD and Centos, but not on my install. I am sure its the settings, but can't figure out what are the correct settings. I tried using the config file in the centos boot directory, but that didn't even mount the root filesystem, so it has other problems.
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