[mythtv-users] Raspberry Pi not booting with network
pb.mythtv at gmail.com
Mon Oct 30 19:34:19 UTC 2017
On 10/29/2017 02:31 PM, Jeff wrote:
> Hallo all,
> Every so often, my Raspberry Pi (running a more or less unmodified
> stretch) boots without a network, meaning it can't find the Myth BE.
> I've tried setting the "wait for network" option in the preferences, and
> when it happens, I've tried to bring up the network with something like
> sudo ifup eth0
> which results in an error message about eth0 not being found.
> Rebooting the Pi mostly fixes things. Alternatively, unplugging the
> ethernet cable, counting to ten, and reconnecting also does.
> These last two are not very wife or child-friendly.
> Does anyone have any insight about how to fix this properly?
I have never had this problem,, however my Raspberry Pi's are turned on
all the time. They use very little power so there is no need to turn
them off. I do have a script that reboots them once a week, but the
network always comes up successfully. How do you reboot? Is it a power
off or just a reboot?
The network adaptors are no longer called eth0. You can see the name by
running ifconfig. Mine for example is called enxb827ebf4eef2.
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