Quoth email@example.com, > So -- should I configure /etc/network/interfaces, delete > /etc/init.d/network, and pray everything works from > /etc/init.d/networking? I had a machine which somehow managed to get assigned a wrong default gateway, which was causing me all sorts of grief. I eventually worked out (through the suggestion of someone on the list) that I hadn't deleted my old /etc/init.d/network file, which was also trying to set network parameters. Deleting this file solved my problem. The moral of the story is that if you just stick with the debian-approved (and quite simple and powerful) networking and interfaces file, life can be easier. Might not fix your problem, but it should make it easier for you troubleshoot. cheers, damon -- Damon Muller | Did a large procession wave their torches Criminologist/Linux Geek | As my head fell in the basket, http://killfilter.com | And was everybody dancing on the casket... PGP (GnuPG): A136E829 | - TBMG, "Dead"
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