DHCP client now runs off eth1 instead of eth0
Slackware 9.1, desktop - no server stuff running. dhcpcd cable connection.
it seems so simple. For reasons I won't explain I decided to activate rc.bind in /etc/rc.d.
upon rebooting, dhcpcd did not start automatically anymore from rc.inet1.
To fix this this I deactivated rc.bind - no difference.
I restored rc.inet1 from a backup because it seemed to me that maybe it had been changed.
Now start up is normal, except that when it tries to start eth0, says it can't - no such device, and then goes on to start up with eth1 later on in the script.
I would like to have eth0 back simply in order to get rid of the error message regaring eth0 - but I would also love to hear an explanation of what had happened to cause this change.
Has anyone an idea?