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Who decides on eth0, eth1, etc?



I just installed Fedora-11 on a machine,
and had some difficulty persuading it to call my WiFi device eth1.
I notice the whole /etc/modprobe.d/rules.d/ directory
seems to have disappeared
(as also have complaints about using /etc/modprobe.conf).

I added a line "alias eth1 orinoco_cs" to /etc/modprobe.d/dist.conf
but I'm not convinced it was actually read, or acted upon.

Has some new system replaced modprobe.d ?

At one stage the computer wanted to call the interface eth0_rename,
I don't know why.


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Timothy Murphy  
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