Not configured to listen on any interfaces! and No subnet declaration for start

hong zhang henryzhang62 at
Mon Apr 7 16:26:21 UTC 2008


dhcpd eth5 and dhcpd return "not configured to listen
any interface".

Any clue?


--- Simon Hobson <dhcp1 at> wrote:

> hong zhang wrote:
> >Yes, I run "dhcpd start" because "service dhcpd
> start"
> >on my fedora 8 returns "bash: service: command not
> >found". Also my /etc/init.d does not contains
> script
> >dhcpd.
> >
> >I built dhcpd package and make install on my fedora
> 8.
> If you built the package yourself I assume that
> doesn't install the 
> distribution specific bits like startup scripts. In
> that case, all 
> you need to start the server is "dhcpd", or "dhcpd
> <iface> <iface> 
> ..." if you need to listen only on specific
> interfaces.

You rock. That's why Blockbuster's offering you one month of Blockbuster Total Access, No Cost.

More information about the dhcp-users mailing list