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Old 10-09-2012, 06:04 PM   #564
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Ah, a better place to start:
/etc/network/interfaces.
Remove the entries for the non-existent devices (such as; wlan0)

And/Or
View /etc/inittab
note that the default runlevel is 2

Next, /etc/rc2.d
you will find (if this is 3.2.1) there isn't any S##network entry

Next, /etc/rcS.d
there you will find a link (S10network) to ../init.d/network
After reading the script (via the /etc/rcS.d/S10network link) decide if you want to modify it.

Note: The above is firmware version specific (3.2.1) newer firmwares use a different initialization system.

Smaller note: The reader will notice that script already has conditionals for running the kernel with the rootfs provided by a NFS server (significant for another thread here).

zzzzz.....
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