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Creating eth0 with consistent network device naming

From my understanding, Arch Linux uses Consistent Network Device Naming where the network devices are no longer named eth0, eth1, etc. I use the proprietary MATLAB software which requires a device ...
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How can I tell whether a network interface is physical (device) or virtual (alias)?

I have a small home router running OpenWrt (Kind of embedded Linux for routers). It has five Ethernet ports, one labeled WAN and four labeld LAN 1 to 4. It has the following Network Interfaces defined ...
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What does it mean, when lshw says a wireless adapter `UNCLAIMED`, while iwconfig doesn't find it?

What does it mean, when iwconfig doesn't find (i.e. report) an internal wireless adapter, while lshw says it UNCLAIMED? This happens after I notice it not working, and unload and reload its module ...
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Driver for Intel 2200BG wireless network card

I'm trying to make work my wireless network card Intel 2200BG in my laptop Acer Travelmate 4002WLMI. I tried so far: $ sudo lshw -C network *-network:1 description: Wireless interface ...
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ifup eth0 timeout during boot

I need to start eth0 network interface during boot, but only if cable is plugged in. I have following in my /etc/network/interfaces auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp ...
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Can only initialize Ad-hoc mode after restarting iwlwifi mod and network manager

I am running Ubuntu 12.04.4 with network interface: *-network description: Wireless interface product: Centrino Advanced-N 6235 vendor: Intel Corporation ...
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How can I debug a problem with my network connection?

On one of my computers with Xubuntu 10.04 there is a problem with the network connection. How can I debug it? I tried the cable on my laptop (running the same operating system) and it worked, so ...