I'm installing N4S testdrive on a Dell notebook under openSUSE 10.2 with wireless connection. I mention the wireless part because I suspect by wlan0 settings may have something to do with it, but then, I'm not sure and need some advice.
When first installed, I checked with startsap n4shost and stopsap n4shost, and all seemed fine. When rebooted, I got on startsap n4shost:
<i>Warning: Could not found virtuell host in ifconfig list</i>
OK, checked a few settings, and ammended network config to look like
inspiron:/ # cat /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-eth-id-00:19:b9:57:a3:08 BOOTPROTO='static' BROADCAST='' ETHTOOL_OPTIONS='' IFPLUGD_PRIORITY='20' IPADDR='192.168.155.1' MTU='' NAME='Dell BCM4401-B0 100Base-TX' NETMASK='255.255.255.0' NETWORK='' REMOTE_IPADDR='' STARTMODE='ifplugd' UNIQUE='rBUF.HQwXbECfpC4' USERCONTROL='no' _nm_name='bus-pci-0000:08:00.0'
Then when I started/stopped, I got same cryptic message when trying to stop (yes, starting looked OK) and <i>Waiting for cleanup of resources</i> took a lot longer than I've experienced with NW4 under RH9.
So I think it might be my inexperience with setting up a non-fixed IP address for my WiFi connection, as I can start N4S when on-line (sometimes). Also <i>ping n4shost</i> fails. I feel I should get it to work first, but not sure where to start.
Hope some kind soul(s) can help.
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