nameresolution does work / ipkg update not
mail at flyingfischer.ch
Sun Oct 14 21:09:08 CEST 2007
you've been right!
I changed the ` (backsticks) to single quotes and the script works!
Thanks a lot!
From the side of the Neo I am now able to place a ping to any URL in the
Internet (e.g. http://buildhost.openmoko.org/), but unfortunately when I run
$ ipkg update
wget: Unable to connect to remote host (184.108.40.206): No route to host
Seems not to be my lucky day ;-)
Am Sonntag, 14. Oktober 2007 17:59 schrieb Stanislav Karchebny:
> On Sunday 14 October 2007 18:42:49 Markus Fischer wrote:
> > /usr/local/sbin/dnrd -a 192.168.0.200 -s192.168.10.1 -u
> > flyingfischer -d3 -moff
> Change script:
> On Fedora, due to paranoid security you cannot run this script in sudo, you
> need to start it as root (that's why it doesn't find anything in /sbin for
> you). But since you changed the paths, it should manage to run in sudo now
> as well.
> > Something with the script seems to be wrong for my system (Fedora 5).
> > > giving me:
> > > # ./gta01.sh
> > > getpwnam: Success
> > > ERROR: Could not become "dnrd" user. Please create the user account or
> > > specify a valid user with the -u option.
> > > ./gta01.sh: line 75: eth1: command not found
> > > SIOCADDRT: Die Datei existiert bereits (file already exists)
> > > ./gta01.sh: line 97: -a: command not found
> > to
> > IFCONFIG=`/sbin/ifconfig`
> > DNRD=`/usr/local/sbin/dnrd`
> > IPTABLES='/sbin/iptables'
> > ROUTE='/sbin/route'
> WRONG! You used backticks here, which effectively cause these programs to
> run in place. Use normal single or double quotes for all program paths in
> these four lines and it all will be fine.
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