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Re: lost dhcp on boot up



On Sun, Jan 04, 2004 at 04:22:22AM +0100, Jan Minar wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 03, 2004 at 07:04:08PM -0700, Paul Schwartz wrote:
> > Problem solved. Recompiling with CONFIG_FILTER set lets dhcp work.  I 
> > think they ought to change the recommendation in menuconfig; it kind of  
> > says it's not important and to set it to N if you're not sure.  Doesn't 
> > seem like a good choice; it oughtto at least mention its need for dhcp.
> 
> Definitively.  That's why I quoted it, to expose Edward's advise as a
> bullshit (see bellow).  It wasn't apparently.  I'll file a bug with the
> Configure.help's maintainers, pointing them to this thread.  Does
> anybody wants to add anything before I do so?

I asked on #debian @irc.debian.org, and had one positive report of dhcp
working fine _without_ CONFIG_FILTER being configured.  Note it was a
memory recall, but fairly convincing.  The suggestion was the network
init scripts failed because they were not able to configure the filter.

So as AFAICT, Jan isn't going to file any the bugreport, and would
ask the people encountering the problems mentioned to chase the bug
themselves, for the good of us, the other users.

Cheers,
Jan.


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Jan Minar                   "Please don't CC me, I'm subscribed." x 7

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