On 26.03.21 06:54, Patrick Bartek wrote: > On Fri, 26 Mar 2021 15:49:13 +1030
> dvalin@??? wrote:
> > My shiny new Beowulf 3.0.0 install on an Intel NUC skipped ethernet > > stuff, perhaps because the ethernet cable wasn't inserted at the time? > >
> > Now, I can start hacking /etc/network/interfaces, /etc/hosts,
> > resolv.conf,
> > etc., but will that reveal so much missing that I'm better off doing > > another
> > install with the LAN plugged in? Heck, are there kernel modules
> > missing?
> Have your tried juat rebooting with the ethernet cable plugged in?
I probably should have, but on finding no mention of eth0 in the /etc
files, I reinstalled Beowulf with the cable plugged in. It was so
compared to the old days, that am dazed that it's all there. Then
networking just worked ... even though there was still no mention of
I hadn't been asked for an ethernet address or subnet mask - it was
I've only had Beowulf for a few hours, but it is immediately
Whoever thought of leaving the release notes on the desktop deserves a
medal. That was the first thing I was going to hunt for, as I'd read
note on pulseaudio prior to install. The problem line is commented
but I still have no audio; will have to poke at that a bit. But first
move email to the new host, so I can get off this webmail horror.
Thanks for the suggestion. In retrospect I figure it would have
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