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Sep 14, 2009

Recently after upgrading my kernel (via /repositories/Base:/Kernel/standard) I have had issues with the network not starting properly on bootup. The kernel is 100% SUSE-patched and behaves perfectly outside of that one issue. To get the network to "start" (DHCP issued, eth0 brought up) I have to 'rcnetwork start' in a shell. I've checked to make sure my config is right in both ifcfg-eth0 and 'config' for /etc/sysconfig/network, but nothing affects the outcome.

How do I get the boot scripts to bring up eth0 and issue a DHCP on startup?

Here's the output of 'rcnetwork start -o debug fake':

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