Yep, names like p4p1 ... where is the problem?

Reindl Harald h.reindl at
Sun Oct 16 09:33:02 UTC 2011

Am 16.10.2011 03:53, schrieb Robert Myers:
> What chance is there that such feedback would have any influence
> whatsoever on a "major change" already decreed from on high?  This
> discussion is pointless.  If you're going to argue endlessly about why
> changing "eth0" to "p4p1" would be a major inconvenience to almost all
> end users, there is very little point in discussing the matter

but where is the problem to open /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules
and name it like you want? if you have 8 network-cards as we do in our
servers it is a little easier now to find out who is who and after
that they are renamed to eth0, eth1, eth2, eth3....

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