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I'm trying to use Network Emulation to inject corruption into the outgoing network traffic on a system. Sounds like fun, huh? This is my first time using a command like ...
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    Question netem newbie being abused by nastygram


    I'm trying to use Network Emulation to inject corruption into the outgoing network traffic on a system. Sounds like fun, huh? This is my first time using a command like this and I'm getting a nastygram with which I hope someone can help:

    # tc qdisc change dev eth0 root netem corrupt 0.1%
    RTNETLINK answers: No such file or directory


    Can anyone offer any advice?

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    I found some posts from people encountering this same problem... some seem to have found solutions by installing kernel modules but it looks like I already have a module that should work. I cross-posted to the Red Hat section since that's the OS I'm using.

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    abused by nastygram?

    It looks like a verbose error message saying it (netem 0.18?) couldn't find something where it was told to look.

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    How do I solve it?

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