dhcp won't start automatically on boot
For some odd reason, dhcpcd won't start up automatically anymore. This computer is being used as a server, and I set it up at my house and dhcp started just fine. But, when I set it up where I'm keeping it, I noticed that it wasn't starting on its own. I tried adding a line in rc.local with the command to start eth0(/sbin/dhcpcd eth0), but it seems like it would only try for about 2 seconds or so and then the login prompt would come up. When I start it manually it takes a little while to get the ip address. If this was my desktop computer I wouldn't mind, but since this is being used as a server, and also doesn't have a keyboard, mouse, and monitor hooked up to it, I would like to figure out a way to fix this in cause I have to resart or the power goes out. Any help would be appreciated.