I see I've never heard of ifplugd but it looks like the best solution. What
I was referring to was that /etc/rc.d/network restart is preferable to
ifconfig in that it will start up dhcpcd for you.
On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 6:32 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Um should he just /etc/rc.d/network restart? That performs everything that
>> happens when the network interface is brought up on system start.
> sure you can do that, but why not let the little tool do that for you? A
> little automagic doesn't harm as long as you know whats going on
> Apart from that ifplugd just controls one interface where the network
> script starts/stops the whole networking (including 127.0.0.1)...
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