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lspci | grep -i net
Yep, even adding a new, additional drive to an existing system can trigger changed designations.Disks get their designations as they are found by the kernel at boot time, that is why they sometimes change
for no apparent reason - best to use disk IDs if you need them to remain the same.
burntnoodle wrote:Third. systemd. Eh? Ha ha ha!
Fourth. I'm now tempted to do this all over again with a Devuan netinstall.
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