menu.lst for running flips in L4
doebel at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Fri Jan 25 13:07:48 CET 2008
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| Please keep this on the list.
| Maybe someone can answer this (if you provide more details)?
| wira wrote:
|> Hi all,
|> I keep on try and error, and now after boot up, I keep on seeing this
|> of message:
|> arping | main(): opened eth0: -1 for 00:00:AC:FF:2F:01
|> [A.2] ore/examples/arping/main.c:303:main():
|> error: could not open eth0!
Please post the complete log, not only the lines you suspect to be
To me it looks like you did not compile ORe with support for your NIC -
go to l4/pkg/ore/server, run "make config" and select the correct NIC.
By default it should be set to e100 and thus not work with your TG3 card.
|> I still couldnt see my IP address. Need advice..
Anyway, you won't ever get an IP address with the arping tool. It is
meant to work without any IP stack. You can use it to test whether your
NIC is detected. Then you can send some ARP-level pings (using the
arping tool in Linux) to the MAC address you get from ORe.
For IP-level stuff, you definitely need FLIPS, but this should be the
next step after everything is setup correctly.
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