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SubjectRe: Renaming internal names of network interfaces
On Sun, Apr 07, 2002 at 01:42:08AM -0500, Stevie O wrote:
> I recall some discussions of MAC address changing, etc., and some of the
messages referred to a way of changing the name Linux (and thus anything
using SIOGETIF or whatever) uses to refer to an interface. I can't remember
any specifics, so I can't find anything in archives :( Could someone please
point me in the right direction?
>

Check out bin/ip from the iproute package (in debian at least) specifically
"ip link name" "ip link help" should help.

Mike
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