Re: udev and ethernet connections
On Mon, Feb 11, 2008 at 04:45:56PM -0600, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> I think what may be happening over here is the network gets set up during
> boot up here including firewall and pppoe and then udev takes the whole
> connection down. In order to get out to the internet I've got to run
> dhcpcd eth0 and pon dsl-provider once I sudo into root account. I
> originally configured ppoe to bring the connection up at boot time but
> having things broken down this way by udev does offer some security
> advantages if I walk away from the computer and forget about it once
> logged in. What needs to be changed in udev so as to not break the
> connection? Also, another possibility might be to simply not try to
> connect to any network at boot up and have a user with sufficient
> privileges bring up the internet after login. How could that type of
> configuration be arranged?
It do not make sense to me.
Are you on wifi or wired connection?
Can you post :
release? etch or lenny?
Did you set persist in dsl-provider ?
I do not think udev kills pppoe but I am not using it now.
I am updating netwoek section but still useful as is. See: