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I tried adding "timeout 180" to /etc/dhcpcd.conf on a -current/amd64 box,
but on boot I still see:
Configuring network interfaces:.
Adding interface aliases:.
Waiting for DAD to complete for statically configured addresses...
wm0: link state DOWN (was UNKNOWN)
wm1: link state DOWN (was UNKNOWN)
wm2: link state UP (was UNKNOWN)
wm3: link state DOWN (was UNKNOWN)
wm4: link state DOWN (was UNKNOWN)
wm5: link state DOWN (was UNKNOWN)
wm2: link state DOWN (was UP)
wm2: link state UP (was DOWN)
NetBSD/amd64 (Amnesiac) (console)
After log in, the interface is set correctly for network use, but
the lack of hostname is problematic. Should that "timeout" setting
help, or is it intended for something else? Any other option than
manually setting hostname in rc.conf?
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