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From: Curt Howland <Howland <at> priss.com>
Subject: Testing debian live beta, udev issue
Newsgroups: gmane.linux.debian.devel.live
Date: Thursday 28th August 2008 19:10:16 UTC (over 8 years ago)
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Hi.

I didn't see any better place to ask, so if there is a way to report 
problems with reportbug or a better list, please let me know.

I booted both the xfce and "standard" non-graphical .iso images using 
VirtualBox, on an up-to-date Sid system.

With both, udev renamed eth0 (the built-in network adapter) as eth1, 
which then caused the automatic network provisioning to fail, since 
it is looking for eth0.

I've seen this behavior with udev before, in my mother's laptop udev 
increments the wired ethernet port each time the machine boots. The 
last I saw, there was the boot message, "udev renaming eth0 to 
eth139" with no end in sight.

I'm glad to say that the images did boot nicely, and work well, other 
than not having network connectivity.

Curt-

- -- 
Treason! http://blog.mises.org/archives/007926.asp

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