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comment What is the first event/file/log in linux that appears/changes on boot that signalizes network being up?
@wurtel Check my update
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comment What is the first event/file/log in linux that appears/changes on boot that signalizes network being up?
The problem is that I have to keep track of IPs, and who is responsible for which one etc etc, like a register of VMs on a website.
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thanks, alias sudo='sudo env PATH=$PATH' solved the issue.