Holmes, Steve SAHolmes at
Thu Nov 8 10:14:16 EST 2001

I don't think so, but what I did a while back when configuring two network
cards was to configure one of them (eth0) and then go into the rc.inet1
script and copy the block of code that does the network configurations. Take
this copied chunk and change eth0 to eth1 and edit the addresses

If you are doing a single interface, then just change the references to eth0
to eth1.


-----Original Message-----
From: Gregory Nowak [mailto:romualt at]
Sent: Thursday, November 08, 2001 7:33 AM
To: speakup at
Subject: netconfig

Hi all,

I didn't see a man or info page for netconfig under slackware, so I thought
I'd ask.
Is it possible to use netconfig to configure eth1 instead of eth0 which I've
already configured? Thanks.

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