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Re: Problems to configure static IP in Debian GNU/Hurd


From: Almudena Garcia
Subject: Re: Problems to configure static IP in Debian GNU/Hurd
Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2019 22:51:20 +0200

> This settrans command would reload the driver, precisely.  But
> apparently it doesn't find any card.  Which card did you tell qemu to
> emulate?  Does it show up in lspci?

My QEMU NIC is pcnet. lspci don't shows any output.

In DHCP, It runs well (in the default microkernel, which not fails in DHCP step) and I can connect with It without problem.
But in static IP fails, I don't know the reason.



El jue., 4 jul. 2019 a las 22:28, Samuel Thibault (<address@hidden>) escribió:
Almudena Garcia, le jeu. 04 juil. 2019 22:11:42 +0200, a ecrit:
> > Did you try what is documented on [1]https://www.debian.org/ports/hurd/
> hurd-install
>
> Do you refer to settrans command?

And the rest, yes

> I don't use It, because I need to configure static IP automatically when I boot
> the system.

I don't mean to use it on a normal day, the point is to debug why things
hare happening.

> I execute this command to find an error: 
>
> # settrans -fga /dev/netdde /hurd/netdde
>
> I attach the image with the output. Feels that, during the boot, if the system
> don't get set connection, unload the driver.

This settrans command would reload the driver, precisely.  But
apparently it doesn't find any card.  Which card did you tell qemu to
emulate?  Does it show up in lspci?

Samuel

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