Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 68232
Nameserver and gateway stay unconfigured after installation
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:43:57 EDT
Description of Problem:
The given values for nameserver and gateway are not copied from the installer to
the appropriate config files, so the system starts up without a properly
configured nameserver and gateway.
Are you using dhcp?
No, I have 2 Ethernet interfaces, one I had configured statically and the other
I configured as "not at startup". The ifcfg-eth1 file for the inactive
On an install of everything (in case that matters) I was not offered the ability
to input the gateway and DNA servers. This left this system unusable until
these items were configured manually post install and reboot.
Since you asked for it:
Here I'm using DHCP and it even gets a lease - but the /etc/resolv.conf is
empty: no name is resolved. First reboot after fresh install.
I haven't been able to reproduce this issue.
Is it TUI or GUI based?
What are the steps?
I've done multi-nic system installs using static networking and everything works
I think it happens with mult-nic systems with the second card disabled (but
configured as DHCP). Not sure anymore, but I think this is still a problem with
Was it for GUI or TUI install mode?
According to install team, this is fixed.
Time tracking values updated