Re: Ethernet devide enumeration problems

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Hi Mauricio,

Just read the following file:


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

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
>> I know Suse and RHEL has a solution, but it integrates too many
>> 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.


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