Mystery network settings
At the moment (porting to Fedora 18), we are seeing hda-install autdetect the network properly.
The interesting bit is that the network settings are properly setup in the database.
And the hda-install message detecting the IP and the gateway properly. This is before reboot (in a NATed VM)
# ip route default via 172.16.94.2 dev eth0 proto static 172.16.94.0/24 dev eth0 proto kernel scope link src 172.16.94.138
This HDA's profile is setup in amahi.org to come up as 188.8.131.52.44 which.
However, when it comes up, even though * the hda-settings, and * the network settings in /etc/sysconfig/network-settings/ifcfg-eth0
are 172.16.94.2/44 .. which are right ...
The HDA actually has an IP/GW of 192.168.32.44/1
It's a coincidence that it matches the amahi.org settings ...
First, hda-ctl should use the NetworkManager API, not direct writing on to that file.
Second where are these settings it actually is runnin coming from? I do not see anywhere where these are set!
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