[klibc] problems with ipconfig command (no static config possible)
Dirk von Suchodoletz
dirk at goe.net
Wed Aug 25 17:24:40 PDT 2004
> > state. So the eth0 is not seen by ipconfig, and your ip= line contains
> > no interface. As a result, no config happens if the interface data are
> > specified manually.
> > this simple patch uses sysfs to find the available interfaces, it adds
> > only ethernet links.
> I don't think that's a good idea; after all, there *are* other legitimate boot
> targets (FDDI seems to have its own ARPHDR constant which is weird since it
> uses IEEE MAC addresses, but there is at least Arcnet and EUI64.)
I tried the 167 of the klibc code (especially ipconfig and nfsmount)
yesterday. Everything worked fine, if I added the interface to the
ip= line from either PXE or etherboot. Unfortunately etherboot puts a
hostname into this line and PXE not. If I simply pass the line without
addition to ipconfig then the loopback device is configured (That seems to
me of no much sense :-( ) ...
Any ideas how this could be solved?
My hack by now is either "ipconfig -c none $ip::eth0" or
"ipconfig -c none $ip:eth0" depending on the type of bootsoftware used.
Thanks and ciao!!
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