Subject: Re: dhclient not working
To: Steven M. Bellovin <email@example.com>
From: Rui Paulo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/15/2005 20:30:28
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On 2005.12.14 23:48:29 -0500, Steven M. Bellovin wrote:
| In message <20051215042908.585A73C0181@berkshire.machshav.com>, "Steven M=
| ovin" writes:
| >In message <20051215042628.5DA5D23402@thoreau.thistledown.com.au>, Simon=
| >>"Steven M. Bellovin" wrote:
| >>> After installing a new kernel and userland today, dhclient isn't=20
| >>> working for me. As best I can tell, it's having trouble finding the=
| >>> devices. If I have device names in my dhclient.conf file, it says "n=
| >>> found"; if I leave them all out, it doesn't seem to send queries=20
| >>> anywhere. I haven't done a new MAKEDEV, but it doesn't appear to hav=
| >>> been touched for a while.
| >>There has been some recent changes in the bpf internals, and at one
| >>stage someone else reported (on this list I think) that you couldn't
| >>load BPF programs. This was fixed within the last day, on the kernel
| >>side. Hopefully with a cvs update and new kernel you should be OK.
| >I'll try it again, but I thought I had the most up-to-date code. =20
| I verified it -- I'm completely up to date on my kernel, and it still=20
| doesn't work.
What does it print ?
What are the contents of your dhclient.conf ?
How do you run dhclient ?
-- Rui Paulo
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