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Re: How to automagically rewrite udev rules files

On Sun 19 Nov 2017 at 20:59:48 +0000, J.W. Foster wrote:

> I was trying to get rid of a crap load of the boot errors that were
> being generated on my system after I installed a new motherboard on a
> multi-OS boot computer with 3 Debian installations on separate drives
> with one other drive with Windows 10  for a total of 4 drives. Windows
> and 2 of the Debian drives boot OK even with all the errors, one does
> not boot so that is another issue that will likely require a clean
> install.  I decided to follow some web instructions and remove the 
> file  "/etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules  " , It was supposed
> to be automagically regenerated after I reboot the machine. That does
> not work. Anyone know the way to get this to work. I have tried
> several commandline techniques using;
> sudo udevadm triggersudo udevadm trigger --action=addudevadm control
> --reload-rules && udevadm trigger None of these worked. No file was
> generated.Any tips at all are appreciated.

/etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules is not supported anymore. See


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