Subject: Re: stop polling eth0 on boot [was:boot problem on iMac rev.D]
From: Jim Cole (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Apr 23 2000 - 20:35:20 MDT
Hi - There is probably a more reasonable way to do this, but I think that
if you rename /etc/sysconfig/network to something different, then the
/etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit script will disable networking at boot time.
Dan's bits of Mon, 24 Apr 2000 translated to:
>Hi, sorry to repost this, but the bit of the archive that should have this
>doesn't exist (April 4) and I've lost the response I got,
>install worked fine and booted without any problems, except that during the
>boot the boot log tells me that it's trying to establish the ethernet system
>in spite of the I am using the machine at home and told setup not to use a
>LAN. Not being connected to an ethernet obviously the boot fails this part. Is
>this a problem? - I still get the system booted, it just takes a long time.
>How can I prevent the boot from trying to get eth0 established?
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