From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2003-01-17 16:36:32
> At any rate, i don't think this has anything to do with UML. I think
> your network configureation is horked on the host.
No it's not. The host is fine. The UML isn't configured properly for dhcp.
From: Fermin Galan Marquez <galan@di...> - 2003-01-17 18:10:52
To create a tun device for an UML
tunctl -t tun-device
But, how can I remove tun devices
previously created? (rebooting=20
the system works, but it's
Thanks in advance!
From: Christopher S. Aker <caker@th...> - 2003-01-17 18:32:00
Create: tunctl [-b] [-u owner] [-t device-name] [-f tun-clone-device]
Delete: tunctl -d device-name [-f tun-clone-device]
The default tun clone device is /dev/net/tun - some systems use
-b will result in brief output (just the device name)
[shell]$ tunctl -d <tun-device>
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fermin Galan Marquez" <galan@...>
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2003 12:07 PM
Subject: [uml-user] removing tun devices
> Hello everyone.
> To create a tun device for an UML
> I use:
> tunctl -t tun-device
> But, how can I remove tun devices
> previously created? (rebooting
> the system works, but it's
> too drastic).
> Thanks in advance!
> DIT UPM
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