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comment Is every script located in /etc/network/if-up.d when an interface is brought up?
So if you want a script being run only after the interface is up and it needs stuff in the if-up.d folder to be ready, you either have to name it so it will fall in lexical order after the command you need to operate, or put into another directory and run via the post-up command. Does that sound right?
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