Re: Ethernet devide enumeration problems

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Hi Mauricio,

Just read the following file:

/etc/udev/rules.d/network-devices.rules

and you should get an idea of what to do with it.
If not, send another e-mail to the list.

Cheers,
George Iosif

>>> Mauricio Silveira <msilveira@xxxxxxxxxxx> 06/27/07 3:13 AM >>>
Nikolai Lusan wrote:
> On Tue, 2007-06-26 at 19:26 -0300, Mauricio Silveira wrote:
>   
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I'm here asking for solutions for the Damned "Ethernet device 
>> enumeration" problem!
>>
>> I have a P5b Mobo for my office server, it has 2 integrated NICs, but

>> the order for eth0/eth1 changes at each boot! It's getting me mad!
>>
>>
>> I'm using slackware 11.0, kernel 2.6.21.3.
>>
>> I know Suse and RHEL has a solution, but it integrates too many
things 
>> to get it working under slackware.
>>
>> Any "easy"(not with so many dependencies) way?
>>     
>
> Use udev with rules for keeping the ethernet interfaces consistant.
>
>
>   
Thanks Nikolai,

In advance, have you got any url that might be of some help?

I'm searching for this right now.

Mauricio

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