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Old 06-08-2012, 09:58 AM   #1
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Etho automatically getting flushing out in ubuntu 10.04 Lucid after reboot

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I have ubuntu desktop version 10.04 lucid .When i try to restart the server the etho getting flushing out .Once again i have to select the ethernet to make the ipaddress active.Any help how can i make the etho to pick up defaultly when the system getting reboot ...
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check the ONBOOT parameter in your eth0 config file.

Make sure onboot=yes
and restart your network services
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Wheree is can enable onboot =yes in my ubuntu 10.04 Lucid .i could not find where i can enable onboot parameter to make my ipaddress to pick at boot level


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