The output is actually this error from 'man connect':
[ENETUNREACH] The network isn't reachable from this host.
I don't understand what the problem is, because my airport is connected
to the internet and selected as the router (in linux), so it should
automatically route everything to where it should go, right?
On Sep 21, 2005, at 7:10 PM, Nicholas S-A wrote:
> Thank you so much. I now works great! I have a few problems (GNOME is
> failing, PCMCIA does not support CompactFlash memory because memory_cs
> does not exist) that are not a very big deal. However, my ethernet
> does not work, which means I cannot update my system and I have to
> reboot into OSX before I can email. eth0 autostarts, but eth1 does not
> (I just start it up). they both run, reporting activity. I can ping my
> router successfully. However, when I try
> ping www.google.com
> it says
> connect: network error (or something like that)
> It is not a problem with my internet connection because that works
> fine for OSX and other computers. Any ideas?
> thanks so much
> On Sep 21, 2005, at 12:06 AM, Joseph Jezak wrote:
>> Nicholas S-A wrote:
>>> Thank you so much! That worked to get over the prom_init.
>>> unfortunately, I still cannot boot. It gets a kernel panic wand
>>> VFS: unable to open root "/dev/hda11" or unknown-block(0,0)
>>> add root= with correct root device to boot line
>>> kernel panic - cannot open root filesystem
>>> reboot in 180 seconds...
>> Sounds like you didn't include one or all of the following:
>> IDE/ATA Disk support
>> IDE/ATA Driver
>> Mac Partition Support
>> Make sure those are in your kernel and try again.
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