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Problems to configure static IP in Debian GNU/Hurd

From: Almudena Garcia
Subject: Problems to configure static IP in Debian GNU/Hurd
Date: Thu, 4 Jul 2019 21:48:18 +0200

Hi all:

I need to configure Debian GNU/Hurd to boot with static IP.

In my SMP microkernel, the DHCP client crash during the boot
Added to this, even when I got to run the SMP microkernel, the login screen don't receive keyboard inputs.

So, I need to configure static IP, to try to login through ssh.

In the default microkernel, DHCP runs well, so I'm trying to copy their configuration (IP address. netmask and gateway) in my static configuration.

I'm trying to configure static IP using /etc/network/interfaces, as this form

auto /dev/eth0
iface /dev/eth0 inet static

Adding this configuration after connect with DHCP (in the default Debian microkernel), I can restart /dev/eth0 interfaces, and got Internet Connection without problem,

But, when I try to reboot the machine with the same config, the system doesn't got to connect and down the interface. The problem is the same in my SMP microkernel than the default microkernel.

In the default microkernel, If I try to up the interface after boot the system (with ifup /dev/eth0), It shows this error:  SIOCSIFADDR: No such device

I attach some screenshots with the problem. The first is the error, the second the real configuration got from DHCP.

How can I solve this problem?

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