Re: Debian setup freezes when trying to remove pcmcia
I jumped ahead of myself. (And I forgot about the DHCP
thing. :) Follow Ignasi Palou-Rivera's advice and see what
`/sbin/ifconfig` tells you. Is `eth0' listed?
On Tue, Aug 21, 2001 at 03:05:46PM -0400, Bart Szyszka wrote:
> > OK. So the card is being recognized and initialized. So is
> > networking configured properly?
> What do you mean by configured properly? Normally for this
> Internet connection I would setup the network card, install
> dhcpcd, and everything would work. I have pcmcia-cs configured
> for DHCP so I'm assuming on that side everything should be working.
> > Does syslog imply that networking is
> > up? After you hear the beeps, try this:
> > /etc/init.d/networking stop
> > /etc/init.d/networking start
> That went through just fine.
> > Or something close. (Like I said, my box is at home.) Are
> > you pinging IPs, or names? If names, is /etc/resolv.conf configured
> > properly?
> I was pinging names. By the way, when apt is trying to update, it is
> saying it can't resolve the URLs. I looked in /etc/resolv.conf and
> there's nothing there.
> - Bart
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