On 12/19/06, Daniel Drake <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Jon Smirl wrote:
> > I disabled auto start in /etc/network/interfaces
> /etc/network/interface is an Ubuntu thing, you want to completely
> disable whatever is using it.
> > Now I type "ifup eth1" and get this trace.
> Your trace shows that something is trying to associate before the
> interface has been brought up. This is a distro bug.

I'll download the source of ifup and see what it is doing, but I'm not
having trouble with other network cards.

It looks to me like Ubuntu told the interface to initialize and then
told it to associate before the initialization was complete. Who's
responsibility is it to coordinate the timing so that the associate
request is not made before initialization finishes?

> Daniel

Jon Smirl

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