Re: Neighbour table overflow
I think it's because your loopback device is not activated
add the following lines into /etc/network/interfaces
# The loopback interface
# automatically added when upgrading
iface lo inet loopback
Michael S Daines wrote:
I get a lot of these messages, saying "Neighbour table overflow" during boot. They don't seem to do anything horrific, since everything is (was, my fault) working fine as far as I can tell. Can someone explain the nature of this error message, and point me in a direction on how I might be able to eliminate them? I'm running Woody (r0) on a Dell laptop.
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