Configuring network?

Steven Michalske hardkrash at
Fri Oct 22 03:29:34 UTC 2004

Lnet is the easiest way to configure your networking.

it wirtes the configuration files for you

once they are written they are located in /etc/config.d/networking

This link is to the networking howto on the website under the libray's howto 

if madwifi uses iwconfig you should be set with wireless.
if not let us know how it works, we may add madwifi wireless support to the 
networking scripts then


On Thursday 21 October 2004 01:48 am, Andrew Conkling wrote:

 Some time ago (probably on Thu, 21 Oct 2004 07:43:32 +0200)
> Moritz Heiber <moe at> had occasion to say the following:
> > > Secondly, now that I have the driver, I need to configure it, but I
> > > couldn't find network configuration documentation; the Lunar
> > > handbook only mentions briefly the installer's auto-configuration.
> >
> > You might want to use 'lnet'. Though, that only loads the madwifi
> > module at startup including dhcp/gateway handling.
> I was hoping just to configure the network using the initscripts.  The
> problem is that there's no example config or documentation that I could
> find.  Is this not possible?
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