I have a sever with 2 network cards, an internal IP on one card (eth0) and external IPs (aliased) on the other card (eth1). I lost connection the public network and I tried to restart networking with /etc/init.d/networking restart and got the error "SIOCSIFFLAGS: cannot assing requested IP and Failed to bring up eth1".
I swapped one of my HDDs and then I put the one I had first back. Then, Grub wasnt working, so I had to fix it. After I fixed it, my WiFi wasnt working. It was before. It appears as unavailable. Here are some logs:
On the logs, it appears as disabled, but I have it enabled.
sudo ifconfig wlan0 up returns: SIOCSIFFLAGS: Input/output error
Okay, I've been using Arch for about a year now and I have randomly hit a bug. I was at a friend's house with my laptop using the internet and wifi fine, I come home turn on my laptop and I noticed the little orange LED that shows my wifi isn't on and my laptop refuses to connect to the internet.
I am running a version of RHCE6 on my laptop. I uninstalled the default NetworkManager in order that I could configure the network all in the command line. The Ethernet part is okay, but I have problem bringing up the wireless interface. What I got is:
Bringing up interface wlan0: Determining IP information for wlan0...
failed; no link present.
I've noticed lately that some files are disappearing when rebooting into Windows from Linux. I have a partition formatted as exFAT that I use to store files that I need in both Linux and Windows. I can create a file in Linux, reboot into Windows, check the partition, and it's gone.
Is it possible that Linux isn't flushing the cache to disk for whatever reason when shutting down?