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Configuring two interfaces with netcfg in VM (VirtualBox)
I am using netcfg to configure two interfaces in my archlinux VM. In VirtualBox I have set two active interfaces. The first (eth0) is the NAT interface to provide the VM with Internet access. The ...
Jul 20 '12 at 22:16
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