[Grml] IP address

Michael Prokop mika at grml.org
Thu Mar 26 11:22:09 CET 2009

* Josh Lawrence <hardbop200 at gmail.com> [20090325 17:00]:

> Problem:  I need to be able to assign a static address to my network card.

> Last night I encountered a problem with network settings in grml.
> Initially, I thought that I had to edit /etc/networking/interfaces to
> set my network properties, but that did not work.  After doing some
> research on Google, I found a post from someone asking a similar
> question, and he was told too look at grml-tips udev, so I looked at
> that.  I see that I am supposed to create a udev rule in
> /etc/udev/network.rules, but it doesn't tell me how to go about
> setting static, dhcp, etc.  Where am I going wrong?

You've CONFIG_DHCP='no' in /etc/grml/autoconfig, right?
For network configuration: either use grml-network/netcardconfig or
just go the Debian way of life, take a look at
/etc/network/interfaces.examples to get an idea.

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