Re: hotplug logical devices?
>>>>> "J" == J D Hood <email@example.com> writes:
J> --- Jan Nieuwenhuizen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hotplug asks me:
>> Configuring hotplug -------------------
>> Hotplug has used logical interface name (hotplug) for ifup, so
>> you need to configure /etc/network/interfaces to use "mapping
>> hotplug" stanzas. Now, hotplugcan be configured not to use such
>> Do you use logical interface for ifup?
>> can someone translate this for me?
J> The message should be reworded, but here's the gist.
J> Previously, hotplug did, e.g., "ifup eth0=hotplug" when eth0
J> appeared. Now you can choose to have hotplug do "ifup eth0"
Would you or someone who understands this issue suggest alternate text
to the maintainer? I think the current text is fairly confusing.