At Gumstix, we are working to make sure that we provide netstix computers that work out of the box as a code change has been required till now.

Contact support@gumstix.com if you would like to send back your netstix and have us make the change noted below.



Don
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On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 9:11 AM, kagey <kyle.boyle@marinerpartners.com> wrote:

This seems to be a somewhat common problem... I had the same one. Commenting
out those interface lines works. Another solution I also found to work is to
upgrade to the latest kernel... I upgraded from gumstix-kernel-2.6.21-r1 to
gumstix-kernel-2.6.24-r1 and the problem went away. Unfortunately you will
need a serial con to fix the problem regardless, which is unfortunate if you
didn't order one with your kit.



Adam_NH wrote:
>
>  I have a question about a netstix 200xm-cf I received yesterday.  When I
> attempted to run the gumstix, it would: begin to boot, connect to the
> dhcp server, and then in about 5 seconds disconnect.  The IP address it
> received from the DHCP server does not work for either ssh or ping.  This
> was tried using a Debian box using dhcpd, a windows xp box, as well as
> two different linksys routers (one running dd-wrt and one running stock
> firmware.  Any help would be appreciated.
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