Re: routing table problem after power failure (sarge)
Corné Jannemans wrote:
Samba is now working! (one NIC disabled)
But after reboot, that f**king /etc/resolv.conf is again empty! That means:
- I can ping to an ip on the internet
- I can't resolv any name with my ISP's nameservers.
- when I write back my nameservers in /etc/resolv.conf, I can do
nslookups and ping to names.
What package does wipe this file at boot? Maybe the resolvconf package
has to do something with it. I don't know anything about this package,
but it has to do something with bind and dhcp, which I don't use. It is
not installed, but an /etc/resolvconf/ dir is existing.
Sounds like the suspect is the dhcp-client, but already uninstalled it,
you say. Strange.
I discovered something which may be strange:
"lo" is mentioned on the "auto" line
but there is no configuration for lo, like exists for eth0 and eth1.
Do I need to post that file, or post ifconfig agian?
Posting /etc/network/interfaces would be a good idea, I think.
"Codito ergo sum"