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Old 01-31-2013, 10:31 AM   #252
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Originally Posted by ixtab View Post
For me (Ubuntu), it's actually the opposite: my laptop detects a new network connection and tries to autoconfigure itself. I have simply defined a profile matching the usb0 MAC address, which sets the laptop's IP address to the required value. So while it tries to autoconfigure, I just select that profile.
That missing part was described in a "later than your quote" edit to my post.

But the bug report was about the possibility of over-writing the output of the **next** launched application by the output of the **prior** launched application.

USBnetwork only happened to be the first one that generated an example of the bug.
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