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Apr
16
comment static ip using systemd (debian 8) on RPI2
ok. so from wandering around much data and raspberry pi forums it seems that: 1. systemd should still use /etc/network/interfaces 2. in that file it states i should use dhcpcd.conf 3. the reason is probably that in systemd there is a race between defaul dhcpccd service running and system which sets up the interfaces so setting it up in /etc/hdcpcd.conf solved the problem 4. the other approach would be to use hdcpcd@wlan0 target to still allow dhcpcd in the system and disable the main service and set it static using systemd /etc/network
Apr
12
comment static ip using systemd (debian 8) on RPI2
almost complete answer :-) the issue is, regarding your answer for #3, i didn't set up anything, rasberrian comes with dhcpd service running and networkd running, i get already dhcp for eth0 and 100% networkd is not responsible for it, so it's just dhcpd's doing, according to what you wrote i need to first disable dhcpd for eth0 before i add comfiguration, how do i do that ?
Apr
11
comment static ip using systemd (debian 8) on RPI2
linksys WRT-54G does not have dhcp mac address association. so no :-) i need to set it up. saw multiple answers here bu my no #3 is still a good question.
Aug
21
comment install mint linux alongside ubuntu on lvm with EFI boot
if i had an installation without lvm but wiht EFI apparently linux mint installs nicely side by side, also installing arch is easy since i just need to update the grub entries to launch it and create a new installation for it. with lvm the issue is re-sizing is a bitch, till now i was unsuccessful in re-sizing a new ubuntu installation without data loss.
Aug
8
comment install mint linux alongside ubuntu on lvm with EFI boot
you have nice references in your doc you've referred me to in your answer so i'll accept the answer even though i think it's not full. an example for grub and EFI configuration for dual boot would have been nice. oce i'll find it i'll post it as an answer here.
Aug
8
comment install mint linux alongside ubuntu on lvm with EFI boot
10x rod, i was reading your article when i wrote this post :-) your answered is detailed but with information i mostly knew, i was asking for information regarding how to configure EFI, after all when the BIOS boots up (UEFI style) if will probably look for one boot partition, i'm not sure if the EFI protocol knows to discover more than one and let u choose.
Feb
17
comment cygwin on win7 x64 takes long time to respond
looks like that did the trick, at least for now, i hope the next restart it will still be ok.