marius at pov.lt
Mon Sep 25 13:37:34 UTC 2006
On Mon, Sep 25, 2006 at 09:31:27AM -0400, Olaf Stein wrote:
> I am sure this has been asked before but I cannot find any solution to my
> I had to replace the nic in one of my ubuntu machines (webserver, no gui)
> The IP settings were obviously gone, I reconfigured with ifconfig and route,
> everything works until the next reboot. Do I have to setup a startup script
> with the nw settings or is there another way of making them stay?
The network configuration lives in /etc/network/interfaces.
Most likely you have a /etc/iftab file that reserves the eth0 interface
name for your old network card's MAC address. Fix that file, and you
network is likely to come back.
Hi. I'm the "I love you" .signature virus. You have been infected.
Please panic immediately.
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