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comment How can I tell whether a network interface is physical (device) or virtual (alias)?
Thanks. Note wlan0 would have been present in the device list under /sys/class/net hat it been enabled when I copied the list. :) I have now added it above. I disagree with you on the number of devices, I think there are only two, LAN and WLAN. But that's a minor point … good answer, accepted, thank you!