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Debian create persistent network bridge

You have to give an option so the bridge plugin that is provided as /etc/network/if-pre-up.d/bridge by installing the package bridge-utils activates. The main command it provides brctl is of no use (...
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Debian create persistent network bridge

Assuming you are using Debian Bookworm, it doesn't obey /etc/network/interfaces anymore by default, since it uses systemd-networkd. To create bridge add file vm-bridge.netdev to /etc/systemd/network/: ...
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bridge for virtualisation stays in state DOWN - unable to get it up

What happened between CentOS 7 and Rocky Linux 9? A newer systemd version. With older systemd, systemd didn't peek on bridges, they were left alone when created. With newer versions of systemd, ...
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bridge for virtualisation stays in state DOWN - unable to get it up

I realized after leaving my comment that you were working with VirtualBox, whereas I am using libvirt. These two tools handle network bridging in fundamentally different ways. Libvirt and Linux bridge ...
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