[opensuse] How do I make the installation system pick the network interface it was PXE-booted from?
- From: Per Jessen <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 31 May 2012 16:08:28 +0200
It is a bit annoying to boot up an openSUSE installation system via PXE,
PXE and then have to wait for the first few dhcp attempts to time out
before the right interface is hit.
For instance, I've just started an installation on a system with four
interfaces. Unfortunately it was the last one (eth3) that had the
physical connection :-(
Is there an automatic way of letting the installation use system use the
interface it was PXE booted from? I think the init system is meant to
be passed a "dhcp_macaddresses" parameter, but I don't think this is
Per Jessen, Zürich (24.9°C)
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