Re: Resolvconf -- a package to manage /etc/resolv.conf
On Sun, 28 Sep 2003 21:49:28 +0200, Thomas Hood <email@example.com> said:
> Manoj wrote:
>> > I would be interested in knowing how you set it up equivalent to
>> > cardctl scheme allows me to set up pcmcia networks.
> cardmgr's system of configuring things dependently upon
> "scheme,socket,instance,hwaddr" is quite powerful but it is possible
> to configure interfaces dependently on these variables using
> ifupdown too (... though not so conveniently). See below.
One can also modify /etc/pcmcia/network; line 109:
< cat $RESOLV >> $RESOLV.N; mv $RESOLV.N $RESOLV
> cat $RESOLV >> $RESOLV.N; resolvconf -a $DEVICE < $RESOLV.N
Anyway, I think I am goinf to use start_fn and stop_fn in
/etc/pcmcia/network.opts instead of using either hotplug or modifying
/etc/pcmcia/network; I am already comfortable with my network.opts,
and it is all working together very nicely now.
Thanks for resolvconf.
Wow, I'm being shot at from both sides. That means I *must* be right.
:-) Larry Wall in <199710211959.MAA18990@wall.org>
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> <http://www.debian.org/%7Esrivasta/>
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