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Re: network trouble on stretch

Fungi4All composed on 2017-09-04 07:16 (UTC-0400):

>> From: mrmazda@earthlink.net To: debian-user@lists.debian.org

>> Erik Christiansen composed on 2017-09-04 18:06 (UTC+1000):

>>> But Fungi4All"s solution is so easy to use that I"m won over, and have
>>> implemented it here.

>> I think I started putting net.ifnames=0 on the kernel command line close to
>> 3 years ago. :-)

> You mean on grub.cfg on the linux command line.  This is what the above
> mentioned procedure does when grub updates.  If you don't place the modifier
> in etc/grub then it may vanish again, meaning you will have to do it again.
> The same with other modifiers of grub, like default # entry, background,
> timeout.

I disregard what update scripts do.
menu.lst is moved to menu.lst.## and menu.00 copied back to menu.ls

title Debian 9 Stretch defkernel on sda26
    root (hd0,25)
    kernel /boot/vmlinuz showopts ro root=LABEL=26deb9 ipv6.disable=1
net.ifnames=0 noresume plymouth.enable=0 vga=791 video=1024x768@60
    initrd /boot/initrd

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