LFS 4.0 "You should not ...
blackphoenixx at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 25 03:15:30 PDT 2002
I finished LFS 3.3 just before version 4 came out, (BTW, sorry for my bad
and I had het same error, and I found an error in /etc/sysconfig/network
When I was making the networkscripts I made a typ error.
I typed GATEWAY=192.168.0.114 ( my own adres )
GATEWAT=IF=eth0 ( in this line I made the mistake )
as you can see I made a big mistake I typed "=" in the second line in steed
of "_" so when I fixed it everthing worked fine without any errors.
So the only advive I can give you is to check every file that has something
to do with your network, expecially the files that you have created by your
own. I don't know if the file that I descriped also is in the LFS 4.0
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gordon Shamblin" <gshamblin at azalea.net>
To: <lfs-dev at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Friday, October 25, 2002 6:38 AM
Subject: LFS 4.0 "You should not ...
> Just finished LFS 4.0. All seemed to go well with a few typos.
> First time I logged on to lfs got to
> Starting kernel log daemon ... [ OK ]
> Bringing up the eth0 interface...
> SIOCSIFADDR: No Such Device
> eth0: unknown interface: No such device
> SIOCSIFNETMASK: No such device
> SIOCSIFBRDADDR: No such device
> eth0: unknown interface: No such device [FAILED]
> Setting up default gateway...
> SIOCADDRT: No such device [FAILED]
> (in red):
> "You should not be reading this error. It means that an unforeseen
> error took place in /etc/rc.d/rc3.d/S20network, which exited with a
> return value of 7.
> If unable to track this error down to a bug in one of the files provided
> by the LFS book please be so kind to inform us at
> lfs-dev at linuxfromscratch.org "
> (no red)
> Press Enter to continue...
> Then the login prompt and I am able to log in
> Sorry, I am a newbie and I wouldn't have the first idea of where to
> start to track this error down.
> When I shutdown, it goes to 'Removing default gateway...' with OK then
> SIOCDELRT: No such process [FAILED]
> Bringing down the eth0 interface...
> etho: unknown interface: No such device [FAILED]
> (in red):
> "You should not .... in /etc/rc.d/rc6.d/K80network, which exited with a
> return value of 255"
> "If ...."
> Honestly, I'm not sure anymore what I put in for networking. It seemed
> "reasonable" at the time.
> Only significant deviation from the instructions was when I tried to
> umount $LFS Response was that it was busy. Don't remember if I was
> root at the time. I shutdown and got lilo.
> BTW. Love the book. I've been going round and round with Redhat,
> Debian,..... looking for help, giving up, trying again.... on and off
> for several months. I'm not sure what all I've learned with LFS, but
> certainly a lot. And though I haven't actively participated, I
> certainly appreciated the demeanor on lfs-support and the news groups.
> Anything else I can provide, please don't hesitate. I'm looking forward
> to BLFS.
> Gordon Shamblin
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