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How to set the mac address from /etc/network/interfaces in Debian

This is an update to a previous post regarding the change of mac address in Debian. Now I’m going to teach you how to set an interface mac address using /etc/network/interfaces
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This is a better way to set your mac address because the mac you set in /etc/network/interfaces will always load when the interfaces are loaded so you don’t have to worry about the mac after reboot for example. Let’s start by looking at my /etc/network/interfaces it looks like this

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