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Re: Where to add static routes?

Debian is even easier ! 
an example of /etc/network/interfaces : 
auto lo 
iface lo inet loopback 
auto eth0 
iface eth0 inet static 
that's it ! 
Quoting Sonny Kupka <sonny@nothnbut.net>: 
> I'm switching from Slackware to Debian and I'm a little lost ;) 
> In Slackware I loaded my routes to /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1 like: 
> route add -net xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx gw xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx netmask 
> I tried to put that line in my /etc/network/interfaces file just after it 
> started the eth0, but that didn't work right.. 
> Another thing.. What the equivalent of an /etc/rc.d/rc.local 
> Thanks for any pointers you may have ... 
> --- 
> Sonny 
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