I’m starting with DietPi (Wheezy) in my Raspberry Pi (model B). The dietpi-config program (or any other dietpi utility) can’t connect to Internet because, when I launch it, eth0 disappears from my interfaces list. When I go back to the command line, then only “lo” interface is up. The only way to make it work is by restarting the networks service (/etc/init.d/networking restart) from command line. But, of course, if I try to configure the system with DietPi utilities… back to the problem. Any help? Maybe it’s a common problem, but I didn’t find it in the forum.
I have the same problem with Wheezy and Jessie images (the versions available for downloading at this moment), and I can’t send a bug report because dietpi-bugreport takes down my eth0 interface (along with the Internet connection…). If I restart the networks service, everything is working and I have Internet connection (until I launch any dietpi utility).
I attach the generated offline bugreport (I changed the zip extension to rar). I’ll see if there is some mail or place more suitable for this report.
Thank you, Fourdee. I was trying to answer your questions and I found the problem… I’m sorry for the inconvenience.
It seems that my USB hub (powered) doesn’t work very well. If the hub is connected, even with no devices connected to it, the network socket fails (I’m not using an USB adapter, my RPi is model B). If I unplug the hub, everything is working. My power supply is 5v 1amp. I’ll test with some other hub and power supply, since I’ve had a lot of problems with a lot of hubs in the RPi. I guess inexplicable things occurs when power supply is not enough…
Anyway, if you need some information, let me know. Thank you very much for your help!