Re: Sata health
On 06/14/2018 09:48 AM, Dan Ritter wrote:
On Thu, Jun 14, 2018 at 12:30:43PM -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
On Thursday 14 June 2018 11:58:40 Dan Ritter wrote:
So thats progress, now if I could just get apt to refresh its repo
listings. That too is a question asked somewhere above. And since I'm
running dd-wrt in my router, I am convinced its related the the name
change, and dd-wrt doesn't have a clue what enp**0 is thats trying to
hack its way out to the net. Funny part is that firefox goes anyplace I
point it at.
Why the heck did they change the network devices name????? A change just
to placate someones ego, is a major PITA for the users who have to deal
with the fallout...
Change it back.
Find your kernel command line -- probably in /etc/default/grub -- and add:
update-grub and reboot.
I've been using eno1 for a couple of years thinking it was the new
computer. So after some reading I followed your instructions and added
"net.ifnames=0" to grub, "biosdevname=0" wasn't needed. Then changed
eno1 to eth0 in "/etc/network/interfaces" and rebooted. It's nice to
see things looking normal again!