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Re: ncpfs problem

On Tue, Mar 16, 1999 at 11:30:31AM +0100, Andreas Tille wrote:
> ncpmount: Could not alloc IPX socket. Probably no IPX support in kernel when trying to find MLUPHYS2
> If IPX weas compiled as module he got the same message, because
> kerneld did not load the ipx module automatically.  After
>      modprobe ipx 
> he got
> ncpmount: No primary IPX interface found when trying to find MLUPHYS2
> Any hint to solve this problem?

You need to run something like:

ipx_configure --auto_interface=on --auto_primary=on

so that the network interfaces automatically learn their IPX network address
and son on.

> Remark (now we come back to developer issues):  I would prefer a
> default configuration for /etc/modules in which "auto" is enabled and
> not hidden by a comment.  Any reason for that??

I prefer not to enable auto; no real reason though.

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