Re: 2.6.5 -- I broke the internet
Emma Jane Hogbin wrote:
smeagol:~ 19:49:46 $ sudo ifdown eth1
Ignoring unknown interface eth1=eth1.
smeagol:~ 19:50:48 $ sudo ifup eth0
Ignoring unknown interface eth0=eth0.
That error almost always indicates that you lack the appropriate line
for the device in /etc/network/interfaces. Are you certain that your
eth0 line hasn't been changed or commented out?
So long as the line is there, even if you do not have the correct kernel
module for your card loaded, you usually will not get that error. You
would get something like "No such device", or "Bind socket to interface:
No such device".
> smeagol:~ 19:50:33 $ sudo /etc/init.d/pcmcia start
> Starting PCMCIA services: cardmgr: watching 3 sockets
> smeagol:~ 19:50:59 $ sudo ifup eth1
> ifup: interface eth1 already configured
, probably hotplug has attempted to configure your wireless card, and
has done so incorrectly. Does the configuration displayed by the
intervening "ifconfig" have the correct parameters for your wireless
But that's another issue. You should determine what is wrong with your
(PCI?) ethernet card first, as that is more likely a much simpler issue.