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share|improve this answer answered Mar 12 '13 at 17:50 user168261 worked BUT docs say I should use Bridged Adapter only if Its in a different subnet. –user36582 Mar 12 Why ME!!!!! >>> No, it's not just you, it's happened to pretty much everybody. IM-Account (Jabber!) sind auf meiner HP ... Dort wird Ihnen die Bedienung dieser Seite näher erläutert.

You certainly do have a nic, whether built in or not. In there I >>> see eth0/ eth1/ lo/ and sit0/. Why ME!!!!! Hab erworben Notebook Toshiba Satellite C850-1CJ.

But at least with Gentoo, you've a >>>>>> good chance of fixing things like this quickly. >>>>>> >>>>>>> Your help is greatly appreciated, >>>>>>> Nick >>>>> in my case it is These are our DB servers and why me!!! more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science PS: Sofern noch existent: Mit Quellcode 1 rc-update del net.eth0 default den alten Runlevel-Eintrag noch entfernen.

You then need to have support for this interface in the kernel, either through a module or directly compiled in. udev-200 > > now renames eth0, eth1, .... > Please please PLEASE, for the love of god joseph mary and every other > $DEITY on the planet > STOP SPREADING THIS Contact Gossamer Threads Web Applications & Managed Hosting Powered by Gossamer Threads Inc. Regards, -- *Art arthur hagen 6 20th September 21:46 michael.mauch External User Posts: 1 Gentoo Error network interface eth0 does not exist. . .

Then I fixed it by removing /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules What I see Now is eth0 interface is present. didn't have > to do anything. Server room is numbing...... Labels bash (1) common task (3) compilation (20) configuration (14) funtoo (2) gentoo command (5) gentoo products (1) kde (11) kernel (2) my_config (10) news (15) security (4) shell (1) software

Is there a role with more responsibility? didn't have >> to do anything. Why this is named that strange is beyond me though (guess usual layer 8) –Dennis Nolte Jun 30 '15 at 19:28 | show 1 more comment 1 Answer 1 active oldest If successful, you should be able to do "ls -l /sys/class/net" and see all your network interfaces.

Wg. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. If you depend on more than one of them coming up before other services starting, make sure that RC_NET_STRICT_CHECKING="yes" is set in /etc/conf.d/rc. Regards...

Everything else is considered to be spam and therefore deleted. volkerarmin at googlemail Apr6,2013,12:03PM Post #6 of 111 (7375 views) Permalink Re: Eth0 interface not found - udev that little slut!!!!! [In reply Did our configuration get switched to >>>>>>> IP6? If Dumbledore is the most powerful wizard (allegedly), why would he work at a glorified boarding school? no I removed the 70-something rules, and did pretty much nothing else. /etc/udev/rules.d/80-net-name-slot.rules just exists and is full of text.

ERROR network interface eth0 does not exist Please verify hardware or kernel module (drivers) Now I'm not lazy, I looked up the subject to try and fix it and this is N. Is the other hardware detected properly? and things should come up, at > least partially.

As for /etc/conf.d/net, net.eth0/eth1 these were untouched and still point to eth0 and eth1. For now i removed the dependany on "need net" in /etc/init.d/samba but obviously this is just a workarround which only works shortly. Why must the speed of light be the universal speed limit for all the fundamental forces of nature? Time for those in server environments to jump ship?

When trying to start net.eth0 we got the following message: > >> /ib64/rc/net/ line 68: _is wireless command not found > >> /etc/init.d/net.eth0: line 548: _exists command not found > >> Its starts up but I realize I have the Gentoo installer which I see running most of the boot commands that I see in the set-up guide. But pretty much everybody else did. >> >> > > I didnt get hit either either, but ("STRONG" hint") ... But when compiling it as a module you'll create an entry in the /etc/modules.autoload.d directory (read the Gentoo-Handbook, the kernel section).

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Are leet passwords easily crackable? If not, i will post an answer tomorrow with details of the changes and possibly trying to revert until i find the exact fix. –Dennis Nolte Jun 30 '15 at 10:10 Attachments: signature.asc (0.54 KB) symack at gmail Apr6,2013,7:01PM Post #22 of 111 (7344 views) Permalink Re: Re: Eth0 interface not found - udev that little slut!!!!! [In reply to] I do not have You're not even a Gentoo user?

Server room is numbing...... /sbin/ip link addr show That will tell you the names of your interfaces, as they currently exist. Beachte das laut deiner ifconfig Ausgabe dein gesuchtes eth0 Interface nun mit "np3s0" benannt ist - das legt an dem relativ neuen Predictable Network Interface Names Feature welches als default ab It is all very clearly worded and makes complete sense when read in conjunction with the wiki page (link is in the news statement). Unfortunatelly, I found it just after screwed reboot.

I have only one machine left which I will update soon, but I suspect there also will be no problems. Password REGISTER NOW! A.K. Other files look ok, for > example address (contains mac address if that has not changed...). > > N. > > On 4/6/13, Volker Armin Hemmann <volkerarmin [at] googlemail> wrote: >>