On Thu, 13 Nov 1997 email@example.com wrote:
> When the system boots /etc/init.d/network is run (I know this is true
> because I added some echo statements & watched the screen while it booted.)
> Anyway, after I boot the eth0 interface is not setup. If I run /etc/init.d/
> network by hand afterwards, everything is fine. I've checked, double-
I think it's with a daemon called dhcpd that's causing me problem like
that a few months ago. You could try to disable them first.
I might be wrong.... could you give me a listing of your process? (ps -ax
would be fine).
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