Mess in network
brianchad at westnet.com.au
Tue Mar 11 02:31:58 UTC 2008
Michael Schwendt wrote:
> On Mon, 10 Mar 2008 12:22:54 +0100, Antonio M wrote:
>> I have a router with two NIC's.
>> After this morning updates, definition of network interfaces was
>> garbled, I found etho.bak and eth1.bak in addition to eth0 and
>> eth1....but eth0 and eth1 were not activated at boot time, as they
>> were defined as getting address from a DHCP server.
>> therefore no internet connection and no DHCP.
>> I had to reconfigure eth0 and eth1 by hand, delete *.bak files and
>> restart system
>> Anybody else with same problem???
> Yes, the same happened to me with the last F8 kernel update and the new
> pending one. Drivers are 8139too and ne2k_pci.
the same happened to me too with forcedeth and e100 drivers
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