[SOLVED] "ifconfig eth0 up" doesn't work, cause of "no such file or directory"
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"ifconfig eth0 up" doesn't work, cause of "no such file or directory"
I've got a problem with my network. I've rebooted the system and after it, the network couldn't come up. I entered the command "ifconfig eth0 up". The error message sayed, that no such file or directory available is. I think it's exactly this error message:
SIOCSIFFLAGS: No such file or directory
I also stoped and started the /etc/init.d/networking. The /etc/init.d/interfaces is always the same, like before as it still worked fine. DMESG also doesn't say something interesting.
Well, I haven't got any idea left. Can you help me?