Re: Post-installation: how to auto-configure network adapter (ie. enable internet access)?
On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 7:05 PM, Horatio Leragon <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: Bob Proulx <email@example.com>
>> On Debian that would be "isc-dhcp-client".
> The writer of the guide states that it (the guide) is for Debian users. And
> you're telling me he's wrong.
> I'm really confused.
> I think I need a second opinion.
You're easily confused.
The default dhcp client on Debian is dhclient which is provided by
isc-dhcp-client, previously dhcp3-client.
I doubt that dhcp3-client has ever provided dhcpcd, even in 2008. So
that debianist notes page is incorrect. I'd trust Bob if I were you;
especially since it's MORONIC to define an interface in
"/etc/network/interfaces" and then advise a user to acquire an ip
address with a dhcp client rather than with ifup or service.