Le mer 01 oct 2008 16:28:57 CEST, Andreas Teuchert <email@example.com> a écrit : > Hello, > > as I had the same problem, I wrote a script which tries to find the > first NIC which has a cable plugged in and uses it to get an address via > DHCP. For me it works (two NICs, one with cable, one without). If you > want to use it, you have to put it in the initramfs under > scripts/init-premount. But don't ask me how to do that if you don't > build your chroot by copying your host system. > Maybe this script could be included into the official Debian-Live, but > as it actually is a very dirty hack right now (it rewrites other parts > of the initramfs for example), I doubt this will happen soon. However I > put it into the attachment. Maybe it will help you a bit. Hello Andreas, I've tested your script and adapted a bit, it works well and solves my problem :-) You'll find my version attached. I've still one thing I don't understand : what is "blacklist" and "ps3" pre-requisites to this script ? About 'udevsettle', I think it's useless as the prereq gives udev script which already do it. I've found in initramfs's init script the way to give back the real Ethernet DEVICE (in /conf/param.conf), so this script don't touch live script and should be also correct for standard initramfs-tools. Fred.
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