lbedford at wbtsystems.com's [lbedford at wbtsystems.com] 35 lines of dribble included:
:>Hmm... route add -net 127.0.0.1 is for the lo device. Shouldn't
:>cause any problems with the eth0 device.
:>:>I assume lo exists, and you can do ifconfig lo?
:>once it's upset, can you do ifconfig eth0?
:>List maintainer: listmaster at linux.ie
aid I said above ifconfig -a brings up eth0 and lo. ifconfig lo brings up it's
little table. Everything looks fnie and dandy there as well, that's why I'm
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