fishersssss at 126.com
Mon Jan 3 02:33:55 PST 2005
Thanks everybody, I have fixed this problem by turning on the lo interface.
I will add it into my boot script.
> Hello agin,do as root
> there should be a interface in the listing called lo, containing the line
> UP LOOPBACK RUNNING
> if not, do:
> ifconfig lo up
> if this works, do again
> and check the lo as above
> if there is now a interface lo UP LOOPBACK RUNNING then try again to login
> if there still is no interface called lo UP then do
> cd /boot
> cat config-lfskernel | grep LOOP
> this should print CONFIG_BLK_DEV_LOOP=y
> if not, you have to recompile your kernel with loopback device enabled
> > Thank you thorsten, but I have not potables installed, so it doesn't
> > work for me.
> > Can you tell me others answers ?
> > Thank you again.
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