RE: NSLU2 Debian Installer Erroneous asking for an IP address
I did wonder that, but can't remember if I suggested it in the IRC channel
Not sure if it's actually noted anywhere then...
From: Rod Whitby [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: 07 January 2008 23:34
To: Sam Reed
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; 'Martin Michlmayr'
Subject: Re: NSLU2 Debian Installer Erroneous asking for an IP address
Sam Reed wrote:
> Whenever the NSLU2 is set to a static IP of 192.168.1.77, and then
> flashed it with the debian installer image, it is requesting an IP
> addresses from DHCP erroneously. Ie it is not following the static ip
> address (which is the Linksys default). Set to 192.168.1.78, and it uses
> the static IP address
My understanding is that this is the intended behaviour of the nslu2
debian installer network configuration logic.
(I'm not involved in that code, so Martin would know for sure).
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