ianrgriffiths at gmail.com
Mon Mar 14 23:01:04 CST 2005
On Sun, 13 Mar 2005 03:13:45 +0000, matthew.east at breathe.com
<matthew.east at breathe.com> wrote:
> ...This is important because if I am not connected and I try my usual boot,
> it spends a fair while trying to get an ip via dhcp and so on.
One quick fix for this I've found is to hit CTRL + C when the
"Configuring Network Interfaces" message comes up (in other words
killing the DHCP client).
This probably isn't the *best* solution, but it does make the boot
much quicker, and it doesn't seem to screw too much up. Although, I
haven't tried plugging into a network afterwards, you may need to
restart the DHCP client manually
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