> On 2008-12-02 at 21:20 Derek Broughton wrote:
> >Christian wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I did not have to do this in Hardy and I am trying to find a solution
> >> to this. If I don't have these lines in my /etc/network/interfaces
> >> file it doesn't work: auto lo eth0
> >> iface lo inet loopback
> >> iface eth0 inet dynamic
> >> I then need to run the dhclient command each time after I reboot the
> >> system. Then everything is working fine. As I said, I didn't have to
> >> do this in Hardy. Any ideas? Best regards and thanks,
> >1) You shouldn't need _anything_ in /etc/network/interfaces for eth0
> >(putting anything there prevents NetworkManager handling it)
> >2) "dynamic" looks wrong - surely it's "dhcp"
> Yes, now it's working when i changed to dhcp!
> As I said, i never had to do this in Hardy. I never had this problem, it
> started in Intrepid and this is a fresh installation as well.
> But now it's working so now i can work again, smile.
> Best regards and thanks,
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Thats strange. I upgrade from Hardy to Intrepid too. My interfaces file
correctly shows "dhcp"