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Fri Nov 19 16:11:24 2004 UTC (10 years ago) by wolf31o2
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Updating for GameCD

1 # Copyright 1999-2004 Gentoo Technologies, Inc.
2 # Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
3 # $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo/src/livecd-tools/net-setup,v 1.7 2004/11/19 16:11:24 wolf31o2 Exp $
4
5 #!/bin/bash
6
7 if [ `whoami` != "root" ]; then
8 echo "net-setup: must be root to continue"
9 exit 1
10 fi
11
12 if [ -z ${1} ]; then
13 echo "net-setup: please specify a network interface"
14 exit 1
15 fi
16
17 [ ! -d /tmp/setup.opts ] && mkdir /tmp/setup.opts
18 cd /tmp/setup.opts
19
20 dialog --title "Network setup" --menu "This script is designed to setup both wired and wireless network settings. All questions below apply to the ${1} interface only. Choose one option:" 20 60 7 1 "My network is wireless" 2 "My network is wired" 2> ${1}.WIRED
21 WIRED_WIRELESS=`cat ${1}.WIRED`
22 case ${WIRED_WIRELESS} in
23 1)
24 dialog --title "SSID" --inputbox "Please enter your SSID, or leave blank for selecting the nearest open network" 20 50 2> ${1}.SSID
25 SSID=`cat ${1}.SSID`
26 if [ -n "${SSID}" ]; then
27 dialog --title "WEP (Part 1)" --menu "Does your network use encryption?" 20 60 7 1 "Yes" 2 "No" 2> ${1}.WEP
28 WEP=`cat ${1}.WEP`
29 case ${WEP} in
30 1)
31 dialog --title "WEP (Part 2)" --menu "Are you entering your WEP key in HEX or ASCII?" 20 60 7 1 "HEX" 2 "ASCII" 2> ${1}.WEPTYPE
32 WEP_TYPE=`cat ${1}.WEPTYPE`
33 case ${WEP_TYPE} in
34 1)
35 dialog --title "WEP (Part 3)" --inputbox "Please enter your WEP key in the form of XXXX-XXXX-XX for 64-bit or XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XX for 128-bit" 20 50 2> ${1}.WEPKEY
36 WEP_KEY=`cat ${1}.WEPKEY`
37 if [ -n "${WEP_KEY}" -a -x /usr/sbin/iwconfig ]; then
38 /usr/sbin/iwconfig ${1} essid \"${SSID}\"
39 /usr/sbin/iwconfig ${1} key "${WEP_KEY}"
40 fi
41 ;;
42 2)
43 dialog --title "WEP (Part 3)" --inputbox "Please enter your WEP key in ASCII form. This should be 5 or 13 characters for either 64-bit or 128-bit encryption, repectively" 20 50 2> ${1}.WEPKEY
44 WEP_KEY=`cat ${1}.WEPKEY`
45 if [ -n "${WEP_KEY}" -a -x /usr/sbin/iwconfig ]; then
46 /usr/sbin/iwconfig ${1} essid \"${SSID}\"
47 /usr/sbin/iwconfig ${1} key s:"${WEP_KEY}"
48 fi
49 ;;
50 esac
51 ;;
52 2)
53 /usr/sbin/iwconfig ${1} essid \"${SSID}\"
54 /usr/sbin/iwconfig ${1} key off
55 ;;
56 esac
57 fi
58 ;;
59 2)
60 ;;
61 *)
62 exit 0
63 ;;
64 esac
65
66 dialog --title "TCP/IP setup" --menu "You can use DHCP to automatically configure a network interface or you can specify an IP and related settings manually. Choose one option:" 20 60 7 1 "Use DHCP to auto-detect my network settings" 2 "Specify an IP address manually" 2> ${1}.DHCP
67 DHCP=`cat ${1}.DHCP`
68 case ${DHCP} in
69 1)
70 /sbin/dhcpcd -t 10 ${1} &
71 ;;
72 2)
73 dialog --title "IP address" --inputbox "Please enter an IP address for ${1}:" 20 50 "192.168.1.1" 2> ${1}.IP
74 IP=`cat ${1}.IP`
75 BC_TEMP="`echo $IP|cut -d . -f 1`.`echo $IP|cut -d . -f 2`.`echo $IP|cut -d . -f 3`.255"
76 dialog --title "Broadcast address" --inputbox "Please enter a Broadcast address for ${1}:" 20 50 "${BC_TEMP}" 2> ${1}.BC
77 BROADCAST=`cat ${1}.BC`
78 dialog --title "Network mask" --inputbox "Please enter a Network Mask for ${1}:" 20 50 "255.255.255.0" 2> ${1}.NM
79 NETMASK=`cat ${1}.NM`
80 dialog --title "Gateway" --inputbox "Please enter a Gateway for ${1} (hit enter for none:)" 20 50 2> ${1}.GW
81 GATEWAY=`cat ${1}.GW`
82 dialog --title "DNS server" --inputbox "Please enter a name server to use (hit enter for none:)" 20 50 2> ${1}.DNS
83 DNS=`cat ${1}.DNS`
84 /sbin/ifconfig ${1} ${IP} broadcast ${BROADCAST} netmask ${NETMASK}
85 if [ -n "${GATEWAY}" ]; then
86 /sbin/route add default gw ${GATEWAY} dev $1 netmask 0.0.0.0 metric 1
87 fi
88 if [ -n "${DNS}" ]; then
89 echo "nameserver ${DNS}" > /etc/resolv.conf
90 else
91 : > /etc/resolv.conf
92 fi
93 ;;
94 esac
95
96 echo "Type \"ifconfig\" to make sure the interface was configured correctly."
97
98 # vim: ts=4

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