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Problem: At the moment there is no way to get rid of this extraordinarily annoying bug! This issue has been pottering along for several years, witness the following 2 inter-related bug reports: Launchpad 2011: Status Bar Covers File Name at Bottom Gnome Bugzilla 2011: Tooltip display for last item makes item uneditable (when not using status bar) You ...


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gksudo gedit /etc/network/interfaces Add: auto tun0 iface tun0 inet manual up COMMAND COMMAND can be a command, like ip route add something... or a script path with executable permissions (chmod +x), eventually stored in /etc/network/if-up.d/. Instead of up you may use post-up, down, post-down. Documentation: IFACE OPTIONS The following "...


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Tested on VBox with Ubuntu 16.04, enp0s3 → eth0 Option 1: Override udev rule sudo ln -s /dev/null /etc/udev/rules.d/80-net-setup-link.rules Update RAMDisk sudo update-initramfs -u Option 2: Create a systemd link file sudo vim /etc/systemd/network/10-eth.link Let's define name related to MAC: (There are many options, see the linked reference)...


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There is a lot of misleading information about how to change network names in recent versions of Ubuntu. Some information points to systemd.link, which is just wrong because Ubuntu (as of 16.04) does not use this part of systemd. Actually, changing interface name works nearly like it used to, with two small differences: First, the file /etc/udev/rules.d/70-...


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Sorry I dont think that is possible. The reason is you are trying to layer the same network layer on top on the first. Typically, you can tunnel L2 (ethernet) over tunneling protocols like L2TP or GRE etc. So you will have to create full L3 stacks on your bond0 and bond1 and layer a tunneling protocol on top of it to make them look like L2. At that point, ...



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