Actually not. Only the loopback interface is defined. Have a try withlolcese wrote:So it looks good.
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auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 allow-hotplug eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp auto egiga0 allow-hotplug egiga0 iface egiga0 inet dhcp
By seeing it boot. If the box appears in the network, or something is written to /var/log/, it worked. If not, well, that's where a serial connection becomes handy. It is possible that you forgot a driver in your kernel, or that some script in the rootfs blocks everything, or that the rootfs after all is just bogus. A serial log can tell.How can I check if the uImage is properly redirecting to /dev/sda7?
Ah. I forgot about those. They are extracted from some lacie update package. The rootfs is not complete, it's designed to be written over an existing, working installation.I realized that in your http://downloads.lacie.nas-central.org/ ... jzelf/tmp/ dir there are files like uImage_d2Network and rootfs.txz. Those are valid files?
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