On 7/21/2013 2:13, Jochen De Smet wrote:
I did still have to add a file /etc/udev/rules.d/40-network.rules with
KERNELS=="d0070000.ethernet", RUN += "/sbin/ip link set dev eth0
KERNELS=="d0074000.ethernet", RUN += "/sbin/ip link set dev eth1
to make NetworkManager happy (replace those MACs with the ones on the
mirabox label if you're
doing this), since otherwise I still ended up with a new random MAC on
In case anyone interested, it appears kernel v3.11-rc1 and up contain a
fix for the above, so the
workaround should not be needed when using a kernel newer than that.
Haven't tried it yet myself.