Gentoo 2007.0 disk image is up — available now through the Distro Wizard…
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I just deployed the new 2007.0 image, and I’m getting this on boot:
[code] * Starting eth0
* Bringing up eth0
* network interface eth0 does not exist
* Please verify hardware or kernel module (driver)
[ !! ][/code]
Have you heard this from anyone else?
[quote:5a8a40be3c=”anderiv”]Have you heard this from anyone else?[/quote]
No, you’re the first. Although I only know of two others that have deployed this without this issue…
Does it happen on subsequent reboots?
[quote:2755f5961c=”caker”]Does it happen on subsequent reboots?[/quote]
Nope – I just rebooted. Same deal.
I’ll be in #linode for the next 30 mins or so if you want to discuss there…otherwise we can take it up in the morning. This is my test/dev box, so the downtime isn’t a huge deal.
I’m considering switching to Linode – is Gentoo 2008.0 or upcomming 2008.1 going to be available? When? Thanks.
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