*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1757369 ***

Closed (Fix Released) because LP 1757369.

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  [Ubuntu 18.04] No active network interface after installation

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Bug description:
  After finishing the installation from the daily-build s390 ISO images,
  no network interface was found enabled/active. The "ip addr" command
  only showed the loopback device.

  The configured network device was an OSA adapter, the problem occured
  when installing as a z/VM 6.4 guest or on a LPAR. ISO images from the
  daily builds from 19. through 22. March 2018 were tried with the same

  When investigating the problem further, I found that no udev rule was
  present in the /etc/udev/rules.d directory for the OSA adapter (no
  41-qeth* file). Putting an appropriate rules file into that directory
  fixed the problem, that is: the system had an active network interface
  after reIPL.

  Installation logs/information from the /var/log/installer directory
  are attached.

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