Re: Which bootup script brings up interface 'lo'
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- Subject: Re: Which bootup script brings up interface 'lo'
- From: Jim McCloskey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2001 13:49:13 -0700
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|> I'm trying to work out where interface 'lo' is brought up on potato.
|> I've grepped through /etc, but can't see any references to
Under potato (2.2) the standard scheme is this:
. the script `networking' is run at boot time
. `networking' calls `ifup' (cf the manpage) which actually brings
up and configures the various interfaces
. the behaviour of `ifup' (and its first cousin `ifdown') is in turn
controlled by the values specified in the file:
which usually contains lines like these:
iface lo inet loopback