On Sat, 27 Jun 2015 at 17:29:52 +0200, Christian Seiler wrote: > As I said: the majority use case for dropbear in initramfs will not be > these kinds of setups, so I think the new behavior should be the > default setting - but it should be overridable, and there should be a > debian/NEWS entry so that people don't accidentally break their > systems. Alright, uploaded with the following debian/NEWS entry: By default all interfaces are now brought down, and IP routes and addressed are flushed before exiting the ramdisk, in order to avoid dirty network configuration in the regular kernel. The interfaces considered are those matching the $DROPBEAR_IFDOWN shell pattern (default: '*'); the special value 'none' keeps all interfaces up and preserves routing tables and addresses. Thanks for the feedback :-) -- Guilhem.
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