ubuntu 8.10 /dev/eth0 problem

Jordan Rudderham jd.rudderham at gmail.com
Fri Dec 5 18:15:24 UTC 2008


I had a similar problem. I deleted eth0 from my list of connections in  
the network manager, rebooted, and it worked fine.

Jordan Rudderham | iPhone

On 5-Dec-08, at 9:08, "David Tremblay" <david at ngowiki.net> wrote:

>
>
> On Fri, Dec 5, 2008 at 9:53 AM, Jose <jtc at totaltravelmarketing.com>  
> wrote:
> Pedro I. Sanchez wrote:
> > On Fri, 2008-12-05 at 08:43 -0500, Jose wrote:
> >> Hi List,
> >>
> >> I got a new ubuntu 8.10 loaded on my machine, and the network  
> does not
> >> work, I have a couple of other partitions loaded with Centos and  
> Suse,
> >> and the nec work well on those, I even tried loading mythbuntu  
> based on
> >> 8.10 and same problem.
> >>
> >> I noticed during boot up and displays some messages after the  
> part of
> >> loading the network, saying something about some libraries,  
> couldn't get
> >> the name because of goes so fast.
> >>
> >> I tried setting the interfaces file statically does not work  
> because
> >> eth0 it doesn't exists, ifup only shows more error messages  
> saying the
> >> device is not there, which is true, goggleing around I found  
> there seem
> >> to be something broken with it's network manager, I removed tried  
> again,
> >> same problem.
> >>
> >> Does anybody has found a problem like this?
> >>
> >> Thanks
> >>
> >> Jose
> >>
> >
> > It might be that udev is changing the name of the interface during  
> boot
> > up, for instance from eth0 to eth1. Your static configuration must  
> then
> > attempt to configure eth1. Try something like:
> >
> > dmesg|grep eth
> >
> > to see if this is happening.
> >
> Hi
>
> Tried it, nothing comes up
>
>
> you forgot the spaces
>
> dmesg | grep eth
>
>
>
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