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Bug#56600: DHCP not started after boot



On Sun, Jan 30, 2000 at 01:23:26PM +0100, Stefan Gybas wrote:
> Ian Redfern wrote:
> > But although /etc/default/pump exists, it's empty, so nothing is setting
> > IFACES.
> That's intentional. netbase now contains the ifup command which uses
> /etc/network/interfaces to configure all interfaces. If you set the DHCP
> flag for an interface in this file netbase will start a DHCP client -
> however it tries to use dhclient from the dhcp-client package instead of
> pump.

Actually it tries to use dhcpcd or dhcpcd-sv from the dhcpcd package.

I've uploaded a new netbase (3.16-9) to frozen/unstable that looks for
dhclient, pump, dhcpcd, and dhcpcd-sv (in that order), and tries the
first one it finds that'll work in the kernel version you're running. I've
tested it with pump, so theoretically this should fix this bug.

Cheers,
aj

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