Re: Laptop booting
Bill Marcum wrote:
On Sat, Jan 24, 2004 at 02:17:21PM +0100, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I have 2 problems!
When I start my debian laptop, I boot the modules first and the
daemons afterwards. As usual.
But, in order for my /etc/init.d/networking script to find my eth0
nic, which is a PCMCIA card, cardmgr has to be started. And since my
networking script is started before my cardmgr-daemon, It will not
find my eth0, which makes it necessary for my to login as root and
do '/etc/init.d/networking restart', for enabling my eth0 nick.
Remove the line "auto eth0" from /etc/network/interfaces.
The network configuration for the pcmcia-cs package is done in the file
/etc/pcmcia/network.opts. Look at the predefined environment variables
here. If the cardmgr enables eth0, it also calls
/etc/pcmcia/network start eth0
And if eth0 is disabled (unplugging the CARD, closing laptop etc.), it calls
/etc/pcmcia/network stop eth0
For kernel 2.6, you should use hotplug for managing the PCMCIA cards
(CardBus) and the hotplug system will do a
So in this case, you should configure a logical interface "hotplug" in
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