Clearos Error Configuring Your Network Interface
It is probably unnecessary but Tim has an updated tg3 module here. Then you need to fill in some network information. And should something go wrong in the future, would be up the proverbial creek being unable to quickly re-install the OS!I'll get on with trying to PXE install... thanks.
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Top nibb Posts: 23 Joined: 2009/10/19 15:00:37 Re: CentOS6 Installation woes... FWIW, for the future, 192.168.0.0/24 and 192.168.1.0/24 are too popular and best avoided if you ever may use VPN's and are you must take care when adding things like WAP's. I checked my cable... Girsang Offline Tuesday, May 11 2010, 04:29 AM - #Permalink Resolved 0 votes I use Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller please any body help me..
Or more specifically, does not respond to PING or connect to the repo.Target systems are: http://www.supermicro.com/servers/blade ... 25B-T1.cfmI presumed all the hardware is compatible as I have never had a problem I'm hoping that someone can help me with a solution for the original poster's problem. Sorry on borken english. The monitor problem may be an issue but I think you can still do the alt+f2 trick.
pdavis (P Davis) 2015-02-18 14:43:34 UTC #5 it ended up being a bad network cable. The output from cat /etc/modprobe.conf provides "alias eth0 r8169" and "alias eth1 forcedeth". What does "lspci -n | grep 1904" give? I am trying to install it on this system: Compaq Evo D310.DT proc: P4 1.8 Ghz Mem: 1 Gb Hd: 30 Gb (ATA) 2 rtl 8139 network cards.
The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Tim Burgess Offline Tuesday, May 11 2010, 07:56 AM - #Permalink Resolved 0 votes Can you post the output of 'lspci' and 'cat my review here see... Quote Postby demon333 » 2011/11/01 10:10:09 Hi Trevor,Thanks for that. If it does, can you try to configure eth1?
Unfortunately you've munged your MAC addresses, but you need to make sure ifcfg-eth0 and ifcfg-eth1 have a line:HWADDR="aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ffwhich corresponds to each NIC's MAC address. ClearOS CommunitySoftwareClearOS 6 CommunityClearOS 7 BusinessClearOS 7 HomeClearOS 7 CommunityClearOS 7 ComparisonLegacy EditionsClearOS DownloadsForumsCommunity DashboardCommunity ProfileCommunity GroupsCommunity BadgesCommunity LeadershipCommunity ForumsCommunity Forums IndexRoadmapClearOS Roadmap OverviewClearOS Roadmap DetailsClearOS Release InfoClearOS Issue TrackerClearOS Feature There are two (2) ways to fix There Was An Error Configuring Your Network Interface Clearos Error: Advanced Computer User Solution (manual update): 1) Start your computer and log on Am i doing something wrong?
Then try entering the command "service firewall stop" and see if you can now connect with your browser. I can with no problem install there untangle, ubuntu or any other Linux i try The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Tim Burgess Offline Wednesday, February 24 2010, 08:56 This is where using WinSCP will make life easier. The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Mariano D Francisco Offline Wednesday, June 15 2011, 07:51 PM - #Permalink Resolved 0 votes Nothing happens grep eth /etc/modeprobe.conf alias eth0 sundance
The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Tony Ellis Offline Monday, March 01 2010, 01:19 AM - #Permalink Resolved 0 votes The Sundance? The There Was An Error Configuring Your Network Interface Clearos error is the Hexadecimal format of the error caused. Any idea what to do?
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RTL8139D [Realtek] PCI 10/100BaseTX ethernet adaptor (rev01) grep Eth /etc/modprobe.conf alias eth0 sundance Any ideas? I have searched for some time and have not come across anything helpful in the forums. Thanks for any input, Doug dugma78 2014-01-19 15:20:27 UTC #2 Ah--just tried unchecking the box for "Enable IPv6 Support" and it seems to be proceeding alright now. The Setup loads fine.
If you would like to configure a network interface, do the following. $ sudo vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 If you would like to assign a static IP address to the interface: DEVICE=eth0 BOOTPROTO=static unless there are any other bright ideas If I have no luck with that, I think I will try newer NIC drivers. The ideal tools for that are WinSCP (graphical file manager and text editor) and PuTTY (for a remote terminal). I select eth0, IPv4, Manual configuration4.
I want to remove the temp 10/100 nic, and use the two onboard nics, but for some reason, clear os does not detect the 2nd gig nic. The installer did not installed most packages I selected so dont expect anything and check everything with the SSH session once you are in. Good luck, John The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Irek Offline Monday, March 01 2010, 01:48 AM - #Permalink Resolved 0 votes thanks for rapid response. Top pschaff Retired Moderator Posts: 18276 Joined: 2006/12/13 20:15:34 Location: Tidewater, Virginia, North America Contact: Contact pschaff Website Re: CentOS6 Installation woes...
Password Remember Me You are here: Home Community Forums Community Forums Network Other Network Topics freeRadius + dhcp on lan / wlan Sitemap ClearOS OverviewClearOS CommunityClearOS ProductsClearOS SupportClearOS Benefits & FeaturesClearOS I finally was able to get in and configure the server through webconfig. Hope i got spare NIC The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer John Offline Monday, March 01 2010, 01:52 AM - #Permalink Resolved 0 votes Hi all, For the experts Note: This article was updated on 2016-09-26 and previously published under WIKI_Q210794 Contents 1.What is There Was An Error Configuring Your Network Interface Clearos error? 2.What causes There Was An Error
This corrupted system file will lead to the missing and wrongly linked information and files needed for the proper working of the application.