Re: ipx misconfigured (Was: ncpmount must be installed suid root)
Andreas Tille writes:
> > before I post a bug report I'd like to ask a question here:
> > Yesterday I upgraded to kernel-source-2.2.9-2. I used my
> > slink ncpmount successfully with this new kernel. After
> > upgrading to potato I've got
> > ~> ncpmount -S mluphys2 -U tille /home/tille/.novell/N
> > ncpmount must be installed suid root
> > Also
> > #> chmod +s /usr/bin/ncpumount
> > doesn't change this situation.
> > Did I something wrong or it is an packaging error?
> I found a workaround:
> ipx_configure --auto_interface=on --auto_primary=on
> as described in the ncpfs readme worked, but:
> What has changed in the ipx interface that it doesn't work anymore
> like in slink? What do I have to do to get it working after reboot?
On my network that creates lots of collision messages of the type:
IPX: Network number collision 2
eth0 802.3 and eth0 802.2
I found a way to work around it by adding these two lines to the end
of the start section of /etc/init.d/ipx:
ipx_interface del eth0 802.2
Perhaps something needs to be done about it in a more structured way.
Alex Shnitman | http://www.debian.org
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