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    Default Changing NIC bus id

    I have a room full of identical machines and put 11.1 on one and used ghost to set up the rest. Everything works fine except networking. About half the machines seem to have a different bus id for the nic so networking has to be manually configured on them.

    All of the machines have identical hardware. Is there a way to set up the install so ghost is consistent across all the machines?

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    Default Re: Changing NIC bus id

    You can not change BUS IDs just like this.

    The easiest way will be to _exclude_ the file /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules when preparing the image.

    You can safely delete it, it will be automatically created on next boot (or on running "udevadm trigger" as root).

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    Post Re: Changing NIC bus id

    If you have trouble figuring out how to exclude the file from the image you could also make a script that will remove | rename it, etc. so that it does not exist at boot in which case it would then be recreated. Just another way to go about it.

    LewsTherin

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