I can't seem to get networking running at startup with the Raspberry Pi. It's running on Debian Wheezy.
Networking should be starting when it's booting though, as indicated by
S07checkroot-bootclean.sh S10udev-mtab S01hostname.sh S07kmod S10urandom S01mountkernfs.sh S07mtab.sh S11networking S02udev S08checkfs.sh S12mountnfs.sh S03mountdevsubfs.sh S09mountall.sh S13mountnfs-bootclean.sh S04keymap.sh S10mountall-bootclean.sh S14kbd S05hwclock.sh S10pppd-dns S15bootmisc.sh S06checkroot.sh S10procps S15screen-cleanup
/etc/network/interfaces config file looks like this:
# interfaces(5) file used by ifup(8) and ifdown(8) auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp
After booting, eth0 is up (when running ifconfig), but I don't have an IP. The strange thing is that when I run
service networking start, I do get an IP, and networking seems to work fine, so there's nothing wrong with the
I have also tried to use
update-rc.d networking enable, but that didn't change anything.
Any help would be welcome. Thanks!