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Old 31st October 2008, 21:44
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Default The perfect Server Ubuntu 8.04 -- got STUCK

hello All, Im pretty new to Ubuntu though been using the ubuntu desktop more than a year and mostly openoffice, so now I decided to try UBUNTU server edition 8.04. found an old PIII 866 MHz which now my host hardware. everything on board just added power supply, HD and memory.

I have read "The Perfect Server ...." ver 8.04 and follow direction except I selected all the option instead of installing it one by one.

http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-se...ntu8.04-lts-p3

I got stuck on step 7: /etc/init.d/networking restart resulting an Error regarding eth0.
eth0: error while getting interface flags: no such devices... failed eth0... somthing like that.

I found solution from other forum of which recommended to edit /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules of which I did.

I pass that process (I think) but when I got into the next one /etc/hosts...
then

hostname
hostname -f

I'm not getting same value, and hostname -f actually an error: lookup fail.

pls help... I'm stuck, spend lot of hours last night looking for solution. Is this problem related to above, because I edited ...-net.rules???

thanks in advance

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Have you tried to reboot the system?
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Have you tried to reboot the system?
Hi, and thanks for the reply...
Yes, I rebooted multiple times, even tried to complete this under user with sudo instead of root account... no success.

I also can ping other PCs on my lan and other intrnet sites.
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What's in /etc/network/interfaces? Do you remember how it looked before you changed it?
Does the system have one or more than one network interfaces?
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hi, I can remember exacty but it look something like this...

#PCI **something here *** (8139too)
SUBSYSTEM== ** somehere like TYPE, ATTR, MAC address...then**, NAME=="eth0"

#PCI **something here *** (e100)
SUBSYSTEM== ** somehere like TYPE, ATTR, MAC address...then**, NAME=="eth1"

I deleted first #PCI & SUBSYSTEM line and change NAME== from eth1 to eth0 on the second group to look like this:

#PCI **something here *** (e100)
SUBSYSTEM== ** somehere like TYPE, ATTR, MAC address...then**, NAME=="eth0" <--- change from eth1
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hi, I can remember exacty but it look something like this...

#PCI **something here *** (8139too)
SUBSYSTEM== ** somehere like TYPE, ATTR, MAC address...then**, NAME=="eth0"

#PCI **something here *** (e100)
SUBSYSTEM== ** somehere like TYPE, ATTR, MAC address...then**, NAME=="eth1"

I deleted first #PCI & SUBSYSTEM line and change NAME== from eth1 to eth0 on the second group to look like this:

#PCI **something here *** (e100)
SUBSYSTEM== ** somehere like TYPE, ATTR, MAC address...then**, NAME=="eth0" <--- change from eth1
That looks strange. What's in /etc/network/interfaces now?
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