Bento Village iso file with new non-pae kernel by Phill
nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Mon Jul 7 06:29:15 UTC 2014
2014-07-06 12:35, meets at gmx.fr skrev:
> On Sun, 06 Jul 2014 11:31:00 +0200
> Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Mélodie,
> Hi again,
>> [see inline]
> Ok, as usual.
>> 2014-07-06 10:57, meets at gmx.fr skrev:
>>>> I can ping but web addresses cannot be resolved.
> How is the /etc/resolv.conf file?
Now it is fixed by
sudo dhclient eth2
>>> If the bug does not exist in Lubuntu 14.04, that would be very good : is that still ok
>>> after it is fully updated and rebooted?
>> Yes, as far as I understand, I should have noticed the problem otherwise
>> yesterday, when I ran two different instances of Lubuntu 14.04, one with
>> the non-pae kernel, one 64-bit system.
> Aha… Which version of network-manager and network-manager-gnome do you have there?
>> I have a bad experience from wicd in the pre-alpha versions of ToriOS.
>> Maybe because I don't understand it, but I could never make it work
> Well, I can't say I find anything specific that should be known about it, unless you are
> a developer and read the python in the text. In some machines of mine it has never worked
> (I had tried using it in Archlinux sometimes), and in some machines it worked perfectly.
> All you need is wicd, wicd-daemon and one of the gui tools, either wicd-ncurse, or
> wicd-qt, or wicd-gtk. Then it is quite simple to see what is needed. (Such as click on
> the "Connect" button).
I guess I have to try more with wicd, maybe in different computers ...
>> while Network manager 'always works' after my tweaks according
>> to this link
> Ohhhh!!!! Yes!!! I think you have shown me something very very interesting! This
> interfaces file:
> # This file describes the network interfaces available on your system
> # and how to activate them. For more information, see interfaces(5).
> # The loopback network interface
> auto lo
> iface lo inet loopback
> # The primary network interface
> #auto eth0
> #iface eth0 inet dhcp
> looks exactly the same in my Bento Trusty install. Whereas in my Bento Precise install
> where I never hit such issue, the interfaces file has only this in it:
> auto lo
> iface lo inet loopback
> I'll reboot to Bento Trusty and reinstall the network-manager suite then test the change
> in that file, and I'll be right back.
>>> Non PAE:
>>> I don't have any. Do such machines still really exist out there?
>> Yes, but not very easy to find. See this link
> Crusoe CPU? :)
>>> You do have the connection working with wireless, right? This is what I hit with my
>>> install when using the network-manager tools.
>> No, I don't think so, but I did not really try. I focused on wired
>> internet, which 'should' work out of the box.
> This is what amazed me, wireless working out of the box, and once disconnected from
> wireless, with the cable attached, no connection coming up.
>>>> 3. manages persistence, tested with Unetbootin and a casper-rw
>>>> partition. I used a temporary boot option entered after hitting TAB to
>>>> edit the line with boot options. Tested in an IBM Thinkpad T42 with
>>>> Pentium M, and in a Toshiba Satellite Pro with Intel i5.
>>> if the USB Creator tool works in Trusty?
>>> (usb-creator-gtk). In Precise it works fine as long as the USB stick has been
>>> formatted to Fat32 by Gparted prior and not with the tool itself.
>>> I haven't tested it yet.
>> Try it and report your result :-)
> I would like other people to test and report until the actual todo list I have really
> lowers down.
I know that you are busy, yet I suggest that you test such basic
functionality yourself (to make a persistent live session). It does not
take too long to do it. (Anyway, I could do it with Unetbootin and you
are likely to succeed with usb-creator-gtk.)
> Best regards,
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