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Currently I installed VMware on PC and SLES 10 with SP3. I encountered with some error messag as below; <Information> [PC] SAMSUMG, Core i5, 64-bit, 8 RAM, Winodws 7 Home ...
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    [SLES 10 w/ SP3] error fetching interface information:


    Currently I installed VMware on PC and SLES 10 with SP3.
    I encountered with some error messag as below;

    <Information>
    [PC] SAMSUMG, Core i5, 64-bit, 8 RAM, Winodws 7 Home Premium Edition.
    [VMware] 8.0.0-build 471780
    [SLES] SLES-10-SP3-DVD-x86_64-GM-DVD1.iso 2,959,670KB, SLES-10-SP3-DVD-x86_64-GM-DVD2.iso 3,162,178KB. It downloaded via suse homepage

    <Problem Description>
    =Error Message=
    sh: dmidecode: command not found
    0: error fetching interface information: Device not found

    #ifconfig -a
    I found eth0(192.168.29.20/24), lo0 and sit0.
    #route
    route.JPG

    192.168.29.2 is the default gateway ip address in VMware virtual network.
    virtual_network_editor.JPG

    Any kinds of help and advice are welcomed.
    Many Thanks!!!
    Jeff

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    Well, struggling this issue, adding one Network card in VMware (power off the guest OS, SLES 10 w/ SP3) made me to setup the bonding interface as bond0.
    But I encountered with second problem. I almost spent this for 8 hours til now. .....

    #service network restart & #rcnetwork restart & #/etc/init.d/network start
    has gotten same result as;

    bond0
    Bonding /sbin/ifenslave not found
    bond0 failed
    Setting up service network failed

    service_network_restart.JPG

    In yast2 Network Card Configuration Overview, Bond Network 192.168.29.20 has showned up.
    yast2_bond_network.JPG
    In #ifconfig, there is no bond0 interface.
    ifconfig_bond0_.JPG

    A little help, I need please

    Thanks
    Jeff

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    Just solved it as below;

    1. Search Software Package [iputils]
    2. #modprobe bonding
    3. #ifenslave bond0 eth0 eth1
    4. #service network restart
    012_bond0_up.JPG
    5. #ifconfig
    013_ifconfig.JPG

    Network device setting screen.
    014_bond_setting.JPG

    * Pinging from Host to SLES10 is successfully done.
    * FTP from Host to SLES10 is successfully done.

    Thanks all
    Jeff

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