[lfs-dev] Cannot run init-net-rules.sh
alz at phyglos.org
Sun May 18 03:12:04 PDT 2014
On 05/18/2014 12:21 AM, Ken Moffat wrote:
> On Sat, May 17, 2014 at 10:29:42PM +0200, ALZ (phyglos.org) wrote:
>> In section 22.214.171.124, I cannot execute init-net-rules.sh
>> When is this script installed in SVN?
>> In LFS 7.5 udev-lfs scripts are installed with udev-208.
> Good question. The only reference is in the commented-out systemd
> page. The udev-lfs-20140408 tarball is listed in packages, but I
> have no idea what Bruce's intention was : He put 55-lfs.rules onto
> the eudev page, but I don't know if he intended that the other rules
> should be dropped.
> If all you want to do is to get going, and to ensure that a single
> wired ethernet port is called eth0, the quickest way (worked with
> eudev up to and including 1.5.3, I haven't tried this with 1.6)
> would be:
> echo "# dummy, so that network is once again on eth0" \
> Or you could untar the lfs rules and run execute init-net-rules.sh.
> I guess my own build will have to wait until Bruce lets us in on
> this secret.
Untarred init-net-rules.sh seems to rely on write_net_rules script,
expected at /lib/udev but not present once you chroot into the new system.
I'll try the "echo" workaround and keep going.
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