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Re: [ttylinux:48] Re: ttylinux , qemu and eth0
> When all else fails, grep the source...
> I did just that, on qemu-0.13.0, found the mnemonic "SWSTYLE" in the
> file pcnet.c, which appears to be the qemu PC-Net II (Am79C970A)
> ethernet NIC emulator. Indeed, the last reference found is in the
> printf that produces the message in question. Apparently, a value of
> 4 is not good...
It seems to me that there is a mismatch between what the kernel
driver wants and what qemu Am79C970A emulation thinks it should
> Notice this is a top-post. This is how I do these things, really as a
> matter of courtesy. If you don't like my response, you can figure
> that out much more quickly than if you had to scroll to the bottom to
> see it. :D
> catafest, with respect to your inability to find the repo host, I
> suggest you inspect your /etc/resolv.conf, make sure the line
> 'nameserver 10.0.2.3' is contained therein. I don't think qemu's dhcp
> server is responding to all the options needed to establish a full
> internet connection.
Do you think there is something that ttylinux could do better
with udhcpc or /usr/share/udhcpc/default.script? I don't use
bridge-utils, or whatever it is, so qemu's networking is useless
to me because I have no bridge to get it onto my 192.168.1.x
subnet (if I said that right).