On Ma, 24 mar 20, 20:31:17, deloptes wrote:
> Reco wrote:
> > Actually, deloptes is right and you're not.
> > 
> > Kernel's documentation - [1] - describes a way to force a kernel itself
> > to configure a network interface for IPv4, be it static or DHCP, along
> > with the primitive routing table (default gw at most).
> > 
> > Taking IPv6's RA into the account, one does not need anything but the
> > working kernel on the client side to get IPv6 and a primitive routing
> > table.
> >
> [/usr/share/doc/linux-doc-4.19/Documentation/filesystems/nfs/nfsroot.txt.gz
> Thank you Reco,
> you obsoleted my reply.

Ok, I'll bite.

$ cat /proc/cmdline
ip= root=LABEL=a64p rootwait rw 

The interface is not even up after start and if I bring it up manually 
with 'ip' it doesn't have any IPv4 address configured (only IPv6, which 
is to be expected here).

Kind regards,

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