I've also tried all the various methods of networking, all with the same
(including Multicast, tun and slip)
>everything boots up ok, and `ifconfig -a` lists eth0 as well as
>But when I try to set an IP with:
>ifconfig eth0 192.168.0.1
>I get "invalid argument".
You should be using TUN/TAP, not ethertap. Ethertap has a number of
disadvantages, and should only be used on hosts where TUN/TAP is unavailable
or not working, which is 2.4.7 or so and earlier.
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