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- Aug 3 2017, 1:55 PM (89 w, 1 d)
Wed, Apr 17
This is actually disabllowed by latest Debian/systemd hostnamectl. A migration script is required though.
Tue, Apr 16
Mon, Apr 15
In addition I never received any feedback from the board vendor.
Wed, Apr 10
Sun, Apr 7
Assuming this works - please reopen if not
Fri, Apr 5
Thanks for reopening and reporting.
Wed, Apr 3
Tue, Apr 2
@gadams can we find your modifications somewhere?
Sun, Mar 31
We now ship Intel ixgbe 5.5.5 driver, maybe you want to test the latest rolling?
Thu, Mar 28
Cisco has the interface type Dialer which is used to configure a ton of PPPoE stuff. In addition a dialer is later assigned to a physical interface, e.g. ATM line card or an ethernet port. With this type of configuration a physical interface can be moved easily.
Could you tell us the exact modifications? Or even better - send a Pull Request via GutHub so we could include it into VyOS.
Wed, Mar 27
You can try playing around with the priority in the l2tpv3 node.def files. Higher priority means its executer later. DHCP for instance uses 900-something.
I can confirm that as soon as IPv6 is enabled on pppoe0 the interface is no longer renamed from ppp0 to pppoe0.
@tomjepp please test
Fri, Mar 22
Thu, Mar 21
Lets test it first :)
+1 on having this in 1.3 and not 1.2
VyOS 1.2.0 currently has this enabled.
Is this related to T20 ?
Mar 17 2019
VyOS runs on 4.19.28 for a week now. Update can be used for both crux and current.
AS Curretn and Crux kernels and modules are build the same way, it's on @dmbaturin to use the packages. From the source side everything is there.
There's nothing special to do for crux, just build the packages for the next release.
There is no specific crux branch here. @dmbaturin only needs to build the appropriate packages and we're good.
Mar 16 2019
Mar 12 2019
Please test latest rolling release