woody.gilk at gmail.com
Fri Oct 22 20:14:52 UTC 2004
it's also worth noting that lnet writes to /etc/config.d/network,
which is very easily symlinked to /etc/rcS.d/S80network (effectively
adding it to the start, before post-initization [S99*], allowing a
connection before login.) make sure you choose the "start at boot"
option in lnet.
On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 23:29:34 -0400, Steven Michalske
<hardkrash at lunar-linux.org> wrote:
> 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 lunar-linux.org> 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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