[fedora-arm] Fedora-Minimal-armhfp-21-20140730-sda.raw.xz on Cubieboard 2 - problems

Peter Robinson pbrobinson at gmail.com
Thu Jul 31 14:31:27 UTC 2014

>> the ip command as replaced pretty much all stuff (actually around 10
>> years ago!) but once you get use it it is much nicer. There's a quick
>> start here
>> http://andys.org.uk/bits/2010/02/24/iproute2-life-after-ifconfig/
>> or you can do "yum install net-tools" and get the old ones back.
> Whow, I have been asleep at the switch on this one.  Did not see it in any
> notes, but then that is more than likely my fault.  So I got a lot of
> reading to do, and then figure out why no IP addresses (v4 or v6) are
> getting assigned.  I figure out enough of the IP command to see no
> addresses.  Even if there is a problem with my DHCP server, I am sending out
> RA messages, so there should be a global IP address.  I will dig a bit and
> see if I can get addressing to come up properly.
> Of course with no addressing, the address I *THOUGHT* this box took was
> actually another test box that has SSH on another port, of course ssh was
> not connecting.  'firewall-cmd --list-all-zones' shows that the ssh service
> is allowed in; no change to default setups there.
> ANd I cannot install net-tools until I get addressing working.

The other useful command is nmcli which is the NetworkManager command
line. You could also try a plain old "ifup eth0" and see if that makes
a difference.


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