On Thu, Sep 14, 2017 at 02:57:04PM +0200, martin f krafft wrote:
> also sprach Guido Günther <a...@sigxcpu.org> [2017-09-14 13:27 +0200]:
> > Libvirt itself does not interface parsing. It relies on augeas for
> > that (and I thought that would be fixed in stretch).
> 
> Yes, augeas parses this, but augeas also works fine:
> 
>   root@eugene:/etc/network/interfaces.d# augtool print 
> /files/etc/network/interfaces.d/
>   /files/etc/network/interfaces.d
>   /files/etc/network/interfaces.d/local-wan
>   /files/etc/network/interfaces.d/local-wan/#comment = "The primary network 
> interface"
>   /files/etc/network/interfaces.d/local-wan/auto
>   /files/etc/network/interfaces.d/local-wan/auto/1 = "wan"
>   /files/etc/network/interfaces.d/local-wan/iface = "wan"
>   /files/etc/network/interfaces.d/local-wan/iface/family = "inet"
>   /files/etc/network/interfaces.d/local-wan/iface/method = "static"
>   […]
> 
> So this is likely a netcf issue, actually. Should I reassign to
> libnetcf1?

Yeah, pleae do. I meant to say netcf not augeas in the first place.
 -- Guido

> 
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