Petko Alov's [palov at bio.bas.bg] 64 lines of dribble included:
:>> I had problems with an onboard network card on this Dell in work, so there's
:>> now a PCI tulip, the onboard is disabled via bios. I used modconf in Debian to
:>> install the module into the kernel, and it seemed to work fine (lsmod brings
:>> it up anyways).
:>>:>> ifconfig -a shows eth0 and lo
:>> ifconfig eth0 seems perfectly fine with the inet addr, broadcast and mask all
:>> I try a simple
:>> route add -net 127.0.0.1 and I get a
:>> SIOCADDRT: Invalid argument error. Now this is being taken from
:>:>Sure, 127.0.0.1 is a HOST ip, you should use 127.0.0.0
:>for NET. ."man route" gives just this example:
:>:>:>route add -net 127.0.0.0
Still bringing up that silly argument error thing.
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