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Re: Please define SIOCADDRT



On Thu, May 11, 2000 at 09:15:22PM -0500, Matthew Quigley wrote:
> What does SIOCADDRT mean, I get SIOCADDRT : Invalid argument  at boot up?
> 

You might be getting that because of the loopback device in the network
configuration.  slink had the network & lo device defined in
/etc/init.d/network, but in potato this is superseded by interfaces
(/etc/network/interface).  But if you still have the old slink file in
place, it will be used and may give a SIOCADDRT complaint on boot.

The change occured when netbase was changed. /etc/init.d/network should
contain a message about it that you can read.

Drew

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