reverse engineered

Dual Boot, Dual MAC

My desktop machine runs a Linux/Windows dual boot. It runs Linux 90% of the time, with Windows only used for playing games. Rather than have to remember which operating system is running at the time, I decided to forcibly make Windows use a different MAC address. This means that I can now assign each machine a different hostname in DNS. Checking which operating system is running is now as simple as pinging the hostname corresponding to the operating system. Read more →