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comment How do I set current Unix time in milliseconds?
The version that ships with Ubuntu seems to work. See my updated post and solution.
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comment How to request dhcp (using dhclient) on a virtual interface (i.e. eth0:1)
Great answer! I think I saw similar answers on forums, but this one is much clearer and I get it now. It appears that if I were to follow these instructions cyberciti.biz/tips/… I would then be able to do dhclient eth0.1 to get a DHCPOFFER.
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