Which system do you use? Android, Ubuntu, OOWOW or others?
Which version of system do you use? Khadas official images, self built images, or others?
Fenix 1.1.1 Ubuntu 20.04.6 LTS Linux 5.18.0 installed from OOWOW
Please describe your issue below:
On my Edge-V, connected via ethernet, I get a new random MAC address every time the system reboots.
I followed this thread and tried all the proposed solutions, to no avail.
In the Ubuntu image I’m using there is no command
fw_setenv, but the package
u-boot-tools was preinstalled.
I tried installing
libubootenv-tool and the command
fw_setenv worked, but it kept responding “Configuration file wrong or corrupted” (even with fw_readenv).
/boot/env.txt gets ignored.
I also tried to write an address in
/etc/network/interfaces.d/eth0 using the same string as the one in
env.txt, and that does not work either.
I don’t have access to U-boot, and I gladly would avoid going that way.
Is there a way to set the MAC address?
I’ll gladly write a documentation page on the matter, as I didn’t find anything in docs.khadas, if someone knows how to make it work.