[driverloader] eth0 disabled after start up (Suse 9, DWL-G650+)
jstaerk at usegroup.de
Sat Apr 17 13:38:45 EDT 2004
Hi Bob, Dennis, Jonathan and list,
>I have changed the startmode of eth0 to "manual", and of eth1 to "hotplug" in
>the ifcfg-eth0 and ifcfg-eth1files (in /etc/sysconfig/network), and also
>ensured that the network service starts before the pcmcia service on boot.
>My Suse 8.2 always sets startmode to "onboot", which I read you shouldn't do
>for pcmcia cards.
It seems as if the startmode is fixed in suse 9, it's hotplug by default. Anyway, starting the network service actually AFTER pcmcia solved the problem.
I did a mv /etc/init.d/rc5.d/S05network /etc/init.d/rc5.d/S09network
My ls /etc/init.d/rc5.d/S* is now
S01isdn S08pcmcia S10smbfs S14alsasound S14xntpd S15postfix S18nscd
S01random S08resmgr S10splash_early S14fbset S15cpufreqd S15splash S19crypto
S06syslog S09network S10vmware S14mysql S15cups S18cron S19splash_late
S07hotplug S10portmap S14acpid S14sshd S15kbd S18hwscan S19xdm
So network is now started after hotplug (S07) and pcmcia (S08).
mit freundlichen Grüßen
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