Re: DHCP to static without reboot?
- Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2018 06:05:47 -0400
- From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: DHCP to static without reboot?
On Saturday 25 August 2018 06:02:20 Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Saturday 25 August 2018 04:20:51 tomas@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > On Sat, Aug 25, 2018 at 03:54:32AM -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
> > [...]
> > > I've experienced that on a armbian install on a rock64, it takes
> > > sometimes 2 or 3 powerdown recycles to make a change in
> > > e-n-i.d/name of interface to stick [...]
> > That sounds a bit like Voodoo. But then, there's Clarke's Third Law.
> I looked it up, yes. But the wiki page, a ways down, says:
> "seeing and hearing Linotype machines which slowly converted ‘molten
> lead into front pages that required two men to lift them.’ I had to
> chuckle about that because it brought up a memory from my childhood,
1947, damn these ancient fingers.
> 1047 or so. Those old frames were 4" bigger than todays papers, 2
> pages wide, and probably weighed well over 250 lbs loaded and ready
> for the press.
> When I was in my early teens, and helping out in the darkroom at our
> local weekly paper, it only took one man to pick up that frame of
> Linotype, carry it out thru the back door to a shed over his press and
> place it on the bed of that press.
> his name was John Hines, stood about 6'5" and around 275 lbs, owned
> the paper & job shop and only wore white shirts to work and never once
> did he get any ink in them.
> One of the local brickyards supervisor guys was famous for a foul
> mouth, and John and his missus was in a benefit bridge game during an
> Old Settlers Re-union, & this guy came to a position behind Johns
> wife, with every third word being a foul word. John told him to watch
> his mouth, he replied "and what the F--k are you going to do about it?
> Johns butt never cleared the folding chair he was sitting on as he
> reached over his wife's head across the table and open handedly
> slapped him cold on the floor. The whole fire hall gave him a hand
> when he stood up, picked him up and laid him gently on a park bench
> just outside the front doors. End of problem.
> Thanks for the trip down memory lane.
> > Cheers
> > -- tomás
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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