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Dougal


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PostPosted: Fri 28 Dec 2007, 09:57    Post subject: Re: example menu.lst generated by Mepis  

prehistoric wrote:
@Dougal

Here's a brand new menu.lst from an installation of SimplyMepis 7.0 for your collection of examples from other Linux systems.

Thanks, I guess I'll just go for the "title" lines (seems like most installers don't use comments anyway, so I won't be messing anything up.

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PostPosted: Sat 29 Dec 2007, 21:12    Post subject: Re: Host Misidentification Problem
Subject description: Two other DHCPCD calls should be changed for consistency.
 

Thanks, Dougal, for accepting my MAC address client-ID fix. I have discovered two other instances of dhcpcd calls that should be changed, too. I have edited my original post with the following:
While the above change alone appears to correct the problem, for consistency, two other calls to dhcpcd should also have the "-I ''" inserted. Line 861 in net-setup.sh should be:
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dhcpcd -I '' ${INTERFACE}
And for rebooting, line 221 of /etc/rc.d/rc.network should be:
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     dhcpcd -I '' ${INTERFACE}


Be aware that this fix is appropriate for only dhcpcd 3.14. If the older dhcpcd is substituted, the fix causes problems -- you don't want to go there.

EDIT re 3.1.8: This fix also works with dhcpcd 3.1.8, used in the 4.00 alphas, although the line numbers to change are different. I experimented with making the choice optional, and now have it working except for a user interface. Since WinXP and Ubuntu still use the MAC address-only client ID, I see no benefit in adding the new client-ID format before the mainstream OSes do. Another reason to use the fix is that the new format results in a new IP address assignment for each pup_save file/partition. Also, after setting up networking without a pup_save and then saving to a new pup_save, the reboot to start using the pup_save results in a new IP address being obtained, different from that gotten before the reboot.
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PostPosted: Tue 01 Jan 2008, 08:43    Post subject:  

I've implemented using the "title" line in the grub menu for adding the new entry, if anyone wants to try it...
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