[kubuntu] KUbuntu 20.04 network questions on an UEFI system

[kubuntu] KUbuntu 20.04 network questions on an UEFI system

 
I recently got a new laptop that came with Windows 10 and I wasted NO time getting that garbage off my system. As I expected, I had zero trouble installing KUbuntu 20.04, but since this new laptop does UEFI and I’m pretty unfamiliar with it, I’m wondering if the god-awful network device names that seem to have infested Linux in the last few years, one of the first things I do when setting up a new Ubuntu legacy system is the old /etc/default/grub “GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=”net.ifnames=0 biosdevname=0″” and edit /etc/network/interfaces to the old tried-n-true eth0 and wlan0. My question is: Does this still work with UEFI? Want to be sure before I possibly screw up my new system… Did I mention I’m a newby re: UEFI… Not looking for
“get used to the new names” comments… Just WILL IT work or not?

Thanks
Dave

 

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