On Thu, May 18, 2000 at 12:01:25PM +0100, Kieran Colfer - Sun Microsystems Ireland wrote:
> 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.
Use ifconfig in Linux....the eth0 entry has a field called HWaddr..that's
what you're looking for.
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