[CentOS] kickstart problems
Joseph L. Casale
JCasale at activenetwerx.com
Thu Sep 4 12:31:32 UTC 2008
>I've /never/ seen RHEL/CentOS or any of its predecessors renumber
>ethernet ports on a working system..
Yeah, I have never seen it "re"number either?
>I've seen it number them
>backwards, such that eth0 was the port labeled '1' outside the chassis
>and eth1 was port '0', but it was extremely consistent about this (one
>specific case of this I remember is RHEL2.1 or 3 on a Intel SE7501WV2
>dual xeon board). I've had a pile of different RH linux configurations
>running on various servers for 10 or more years.
Here is a good explanation about this:
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