Am 10.05.19 um 00:55 schrieb Cyril Brulebois: > Hi, > > Michael Biebl <email@example.com> (2019-05-08): >> Control: reassign -1 netcfg > > Thanks for forwarding this. > >> Am 08.05.19 um 14:12 schrieb Yannick Schinko: >>>> I assume this file is created by the debian installer, so you >>>> should probably talk to them. See >>>> >>>> https://qa.debian.org/developer.php?email=debian-boot%40lists.debian.org >>>> >>>> I would guess that the netcfg part is the most likely package. >>> >>> So you suggest to recreate this report on the netcfg package instead? >> >> If netcfg is the component responsible for creating that file, yes. >> I'm not sure though, which is why I suggested to contact the >> firstname.lastname@example.org first. >> >> You don't need to file or recreate the bug report btw, we can just >> re-assign it. >> >> Thinking about it, I'll just do this now and let the debian-installer >> maintainers re-assign as needed. > > netcfg looks like a good candidate indeed. > > Yannick, it'd be great to see the installer's syslog, that should have > been stored under /var/log/installer. It would probably also be a good idea to share the "Wired connection 1" config file. I'm only guessing here, but I assume Yannick wants the connection profile to be bound to a certain interface. Connection profiles can apply to multiple interfaces given the conditions in the connection profile are met. If you want to bind a connection profile to a certain hardware interface, you can e.g. use mac-address=. For a wifi interface, this would be: [wifi] mac-address=00:23:5a:47:1f:71 for an ethernet connection: [802-3-ethernet] mac-address=00:23:5a:47:1f:71 See nm-settings-keyfile and nm-settings. I'm undecided whether setting mac-address= by default is a good idea or not. -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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