Quoting David Marlin <dmarlin(a)redhat.com>:
Jeffrey Bastian wrote:
> On 2011-09-09 12:48, David A. Marlin wrote:
>> Peter Robinson wrote:
>>> Hey All,
>>> I know it was discussed a while ago how the USB storage on PandaBoards
>>> was slow, not sure what the resolution was but saw this article on LWN
>>> that looks like our problem there for those that might not have seen
>>> the post elsewhere and are interested.
>> I have built a kernel package for f13 and f15 using Mark's patches.
>> They are available from the xpfa repos.
> I installed the 18.104.22.168-0.fc14.armv7l.omap kernel on my PandaBoard
> (with Fedora 13) and it boots, but networking seems to be broken. The
> interface name has reverted back to usb0 (it was eth0 with 2.6.39) and
> even with the interface up and configured, I can't ping anything.
> Do I need to update something else?
Does it work if you statically assign the IP's? (rule out dhclient)
Are these using a nic -> usb device?
udev maybe the culprit? Although I did notice with the 2.6.40 kernel
on x86 (yeah i know. x86 blah..) you needed something like the onboot,
nm_controlled, uuid or type in the ifcfg-eth0 file (i forgot exactly
which.) in order to get it to plumb the device when you activated it
with ifup eth0.