As a sidenote: once the 'net.ifnames=0' is removed, indeed the eth0 and
wlan0 still get their old 'eth0' and 'wlan0' names, but aside the
aesthetics: the whole purpose of the predictable naming suddenly does
function: all USB cards get a predictable name, based on MAC Address...
so I'm guessing that's why the status of this bug is 'invalid'. Thanks
to whomever worked on this. Works beautifully and makes life a whole lot

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  UC20 images do not use predictable interface names on RPi4

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Bug description:
  Image tested:

  Boot the image and check the naming of the ethernet interfaces. On
  most devices (amd64, rpi3 etc) systemd predicatable interface naming
  is applied e.g. enxb827eb7d1eee. However on specifically RPi4 devices
  traditional naming is used e.g. eth0, eth1.

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