Something goes wrong at first boot. Normally, at first boot the Pluto system doesn't have any clue on what the network settings are and reads the system's /etc/network/interfaces file to find out those settings and stores them into the database. Each boot after that, the settings from the database get put back into that file, so I guess there's a parsing problem when reading the initial settings.
Can you post me a copy of the /etc/network/interfaces file just before rebooting the system, but after it has completely finished installing? I'd like to see what the scripts mis-interprets and why, so I can fix that script.
Also, if you can give me the output of the following MySQL command, it would be very helpful:
SELECT FK_Device,IK_DeviceData FROM Device_DeviceData JOIN DeviceData ON PK_DeviceData=FK_DeviceData WHERE PK_DeviceData IN (28,32);
You can execute that by pasting it or typing it at the following command's prompt: mysql pluto_main