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Offline Pete_Noir

Networking in Linux hosted Icaros
« on: March 29, 2010, 10:22:47 PM »
I'm running Icaros 1.2 hosted in Ubuntu 9.10. I'm trying to get networking set up using tap.device but not having much luck. I'm probably doing something wrong so maybe somebody could help me out?

Here's my ubuntu settings for eth0:
IP Address:
Broadcast AddressL
Subnet Mask:
Default Route:
Primary DNS:

in System/Network/AROSTCP/db/interfaces I have uncommented this line:
eth0 DEV=DEVS:networks/tap.device UNIT=0 IP= UP

in bootaros.sh I have tap_ip=

and this is what I have put in AROS:
Device: DEVS:networks/tap.device
IP Mode: Manual
Primary DNS:
Secondary DNS:

I'd be grateful for any help with this :)

Offline Pete_Noir

Re: Networking in Linux hosted Icaros
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2010, 05:06:18 PM »
Never mind, I got some help on aros-exec :) I'll post here if I get it working, for anyone interested in doing the same thing (merging Icaros with Linux-hosted AROS and getting networking running with tap)