I'm having trouble permanently renaming network ports in CentOS. It doesn't stick around after a reboot. Legacy code really wants to use eth3 (not en0s8). So I'm torn between fixing the code or looking up how to have the name change stick.
It's using CMD to execute ipconfig, grep for eth3, then awk to get the local address. So... not an ideal setup.
@bill_eisenbise this might help you: https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/219277
@Kimmoahokas Thanks. I still bounce between fixing the borked code or borking the network config. But I'll probably bork the network for now. Sigh.
@bill_eisenbise Well, what ever get's the job done, right?
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