[lfs-support] Ethernet Card Not Found
Fernando de Oliveira
famobr at yahoo.com.br
Mon Nov 25 17:42:20 PST 2013
Em 25-11-2013 21:44, Alan Feuerbacher escreveu:
> On 11/25/2013 10:15 AM, Fernando de Oliveira wrote:
>> Em 25-11-2013 11:59, Alan Feuerbacher escreveu:
>>> 2: p4p1: <BROADCAST,MULTICAST,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 1500 qdisc pfifo_fast
>>> state UP mode DEFAULT group default qlen 1000
>>> link/ether 30:85:a9:8f:31:09 brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff
Here, I should have written BROADCAST=10.0.1.255.
> That helped, thank you. What finally solved the problem, though, was
> William's suggestion to look at /sys/class/net, which now contains the
> directory enp3s0.
William's advice was the good advice. That is what I do.
> Perhaps this got created after I recompiled the kernel
> with the driver for my Realtek network device. I looked at the linux
> .config file and it now has the line "CONFIG_R8169=y" which is correct.
> The file that worked:
Probably, what Bruce wrote is more correct: BROADCAST=10.0.1.255
> Some questions and comments to help me really understand what's going on
> with this file:
> Short of going through the rigamarole that I just did, namely, looking
> at /sys/class/net/ and finding a cryptically named directory like
> "enp3s0", with the help of a number of experts, how does a newbie like
> me figure all this out ahead of time? Such as exactly what "IFACE" means
> and what you're supposed to put there?
IFACE is the interface name that you found after William's instruction.
Before, you would have eth0, but udev changed. I can only reply to some
of your questions. Bruce or William or Ken can explain better, I just
say "weird" names.
I was going to proceed, but just seen Bruce has answered.
Anayway, glad you have it working, now.
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