Anyone know an easy way of getting the ethernet address of a card? I
have a laptop here that needs an IP, but IR need the ethernet address to
give me one. It ain't written anywhere on the machine or the docs, and
it's an integrated net card on a laptop which isn't mine, so opening it
up to look at the chip ain't an option. Anyone any suggestions? I'm
running WinME and SuSE 6.0 on the machine.
kieran.colfer at ireland.sun.com
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