Interface eth0 does not exist

Simone Dalmasso simone.dalmasso at gmail.com
Mon Nov 2 08:18:01 PST 2009


I don't have ifconfig installed because I followed the lfs book 6.3. But I
tried to rename the ifconfig.eth0 to ifconfig.eth1. I get interface eth1
doesn't exist.
I have not moved the vmware dir neither I've disconnected the ethernet since
the build.

Simone



2009/11/2 Justin The Cynical <cynical at penguinness.org>

> Dominic Ringuet wrote:
> > I had a strange bug on an old laptop with xircom modem/ethernet card. The
> > network card was called eth1 while eth0 was used for the serial port on
> the
> > card.
>
> Also check the mac address.
>
> The OP mentioned that this is being built inside a VMWare product.  My
> experience with VMWare is that if the network interface is removed and
> readded, or the VM is moved from one directory to another, it will
> prompt to reset the ID's used for the VM.  It's possible that the MAC
> address of the interface has changed since the initial build of the system.
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