On Sunday 09 April 2006 15:05, Duncan wrote:
> > I synced this morning and amongst the updates was dhcpcd-2.0.4
> > just now I rebooted my machine and I couldn't get an ip-address from my
> > cable-modem... reverting to dhcpcd-2.0.3 solved my problem.
> > I re-emerged dhcpcd-2.0.4 before reverting to the previous version and I
> > couldn't see any compile errors...
> What version of baselayout are you running? Are you on ~arch there also,
> and have baselayout-1.12.0_pre17 (or better, I haven't synced today)?
I'm running ~amd64:
System uname: 2.6.17-rc1-mm2 x86_64 AMD Athlon(tm) 64 Processor 3200+
Gentoo Base System version 1.12.0_pre17
> From the baselayout changelog:
> *baselayout-1.12.0_pre17 (07 Apr 2006)
> 07 Apr 2006; Roy Marples <email@example.com>
> New release - load of changes! Quick summary.
> resolv.conf management punted to resolvconf-gentoo
> net modules helpers.d punted
> - means you'll probably need ~ARCH of your dhcp client
> udev coldplug support.
> BTW, that means you should probably be running an updated udev as well,
> particularly if you run coldplug, as it's integrated in udev now (and
> consequently blocks the separate package coldplug).
I'm not using coldplug
> Be sure you've etc-updated everything, too, as between the three updates,
> there are enough changes to break your system in a variety of ways, if you
> haven't updated the config to work with the new packages. There /are/
> quite a few changes, and some of them change the files in /etc enough that
> failing to do appropriately merge the changes /will/ break things!
I always etc-update my system after emerging and especially _before_
rebooting. (you forget it once, then you know which bad things can happen...)
> As for dhcpcd itself, I too have it merged, but don't use it under normal
> circumstances, as I run a static IP behind a rather old router. The
> dhcpcd and a few other packages are there only as backup, in the hopefully
> unlikely event I have to go back to dialup on short enough notice I don't
> have time to grab the sources and merge them before I lose broadband, or
> in case the router gives up the ghost and I can't get a new one right away
> for some reason.
after the sync of this morning I have installed portage-2.1_pre7-r5,
man-pages-2.29, git-1.2.6 and somewhat later openoffice-bin-2.0.2.
and the funny thing is, I tried dhcpcd-2.0.4 just now and it works... I get an
ip-address also after a reboot. I did not change any files in /etc apart
from /etc/portage/package.mask to remove =net-misc/dhcpcd-2.0.4.
so problem solved, but I'm still curious as to what changed so that it works
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