Re: eth0: switched to forced 10bt
On Mon, Jan 06, 2003 at 04:28:48PM +0000, Miguel Sousa Filipe wrote:
> | Why do you want it up when it's not in use?
> Simple.. to detect when I connect it to a cable and to automatically run
> or dhclient to fetch for a network config.
> Basically, in my university i have to jump from room to room, disconnecting
> connecting back in onother room, basically.. allways on the move.. ehehe
> The ability to detect a wired cable and try to get a network config is
> pretty nice.
> But having those messages in the console just because I desconnected the
> is not very nice.. I could go for a message like.. lost connection bla
> bla.. and
> ~ another one when it got a connection back.. .but the present kind of
> is not welcome.
You should check ifplugd or one of the many similar packages available in
debian that does exactly what you want.
Christophe Barbé <email@example.com>
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