Thomas Pantzer <tho....@pantzer.net> writes: > I can't use DHCP with my home network since my DHCP server > refuses to send IP address to clients that send too short > request. This is another bug in the QtMoko. According to > the RFC a DHCP-request needs to be padded up to 300 chars.
If my reading of the QtMoko source is correct, QtMoko simply uses 'udhcpc' to do client-side DHCP. So what you've described may be a known bug with the Debian squeeze version of udhcpc (which is part of busybox). Therefore, you might like to: - see if you can reproduce the same problem with Debian squeeze udhcpc, running independently of QtMoko - investigate if that problem has since been fixed in busybox upstream - build and install a modified busybox package that adds that udhcpc fix. Regards, Neil _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community