syntax errors starting network

Auke Kok sofar at
Tue Feb 15 08:16:11 UTC 2005

Dennis Veatch wrote:

>On Monday 14 February 2005 10:53 pm, Aaron Watry wrote:
>>You're not the only one.  It happened before I moved last week, and now
>>with my new wireless card as well.

I think it is due to bash jumping to 3.00 and having slightly different 
left/right binding of parentheses inside a case...esac. But I can only 
guess. We will replace the code at that location with something more 
simple, and adjust the `lnet` tool to do the checking of input validity.

>I have looked at those lines called out. Line 40 is in the function 
>device_start() area where it does a modprobe but I can't see the error.
>Line 85 is in the DHCP area and again I can't see the problem.
>One other problem I have had with /etc/init.d/network is with restarting it. 
>The restart does not bring up my gateway setting. I have made mention of this 
>before but it appears no one but me has this problem.

That should have been fixed with the latest version of 
/etc/init.d/network. Make sure the one you have is the same as in 
/var/lib/lunar/moonbase/net/net-tools/init.d/network, and re-check that 
the latest lnet (lin lunar-tools) shows your gateway in the user interface.


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