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[Bug 230213] Everytime I insert my PCMCIA card, the device number is increased by one
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  • Date: Wed, 7 Feb 2007 13:35:17 -0700 (MST)
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------- Comment #38 from dieter.jurzitza@xxxxxxxxxxx 2007-02-07 13:35 MST -------
Hi folks, hi Christian,
1.) I finally found the bug. It was buried in in
/lib/udev. As soon as the loop

if [ "${MAC_ADDRESS%00:00:00}" != "${MAC_ADDRESS}" ] ; then
is entered, the environment - variable

*should* be set. This does *not* always happen in the current script, because
though you apply the HACK actually, you only set the variable to yes if you
apply the HACK *and* enter the inner delay loop, what is wrong. As soon as the
hack is applied, the variable NOMAC_HACK_APPLIED should be set to yes.

Given the above mentioned variable is set, when udev returns, rename_netiface
writes the appropriate rule into
/etc/udev/rules.d/30-net_persistent_names.rules and everything is fine. The
ongoing renaming turnarounds I still was confronted with come to an end.

I supply a patch that contains both Christian's and mine fixes. Both of them
combined result in a proper function of the scripts as far as I can see. I
supply a patched sysconfig.spec file, too - do with it whatever you like.

Christian, you definitively should issue a bugfix release of sysconfig IMHO!

2,) Eike: you must have done something wrong here. The messages sound as if
a.) /lib/udev/rename_netiface does not exist any more
b.) /lib/udev/rename_netiface is not executable
c.) /lib/udev/rename_netiface is not readable.

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