Lance Roberts <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Yep, you need to find the io-net process in the process list, slay it,
restart it with the option returned from nettrap as well as it’s original
options (like ttcpip and pppp) and then you’ll see it in the network config
I get the ifconfig errors too, but configuring with network config allows
everything you should have to to get local and internet access going at
There are 2 tcpip stack in the RTP peoples download. A “tiny tcpip”
and a “full tcpip”. The “tiny tcpip” one is owned by QSSL, it’s a
multi-thread tcpip stack, meant to support “clients” on tcpip network.
It is “tiny”, so some features/options of traditional tcpip stack
are not supported. “ifconfig/netstat/route” is not support by this
stack. However, “cat /proc/ipstats” give you more detail informations.
By default, “tiny tcpip” stack is started.
Anybody want to try “full tcpip” stack, which is a BSD4.4 based stack,
could do this:
io-net -d -p tcpip -p pppmgr
Please note the difference “-p tcpip” and normal “-p ttcpip”.
After running that, of cause, you need to run ifconfig/route
to setup ip/routing table, just like “normal” un*x doing.
Finally, I’m not sure “ifconfig -a” is popular. Using
“netstat -ni” instead.
In article <8r89qv$gk1$> email@example.com> >,
“Syte M. Beimin” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
I got the same thing…
except everytime when i do something with ifconfig for instance ifconfig -a
it returns an error like:
SIOCGIFFLAGS lo0 : opperation not supported.
anyone know what’s wrong?
Best regards Syte Beimin
Eigil Hysvær <> email@example.com> > schreef in berichtnieuws
Shaun Sauve wrote:
Eigil Hysv?r <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
The device-page is missing in the net config program (the one you
on the vertical taskbar) There is a picture of that page in the
help-system, else I wouldn’t know of its existence.
Does it mean that the card is not found by the OS? I’ve got a
correct, the interface was not detected.
Try running nettrap. What does it report?
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