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i need a one liner command that writes in /var/log/net.log the date when i connect to the network and when i disconect ..i know that i need to write somethin in /etc/network/interfaces but idk what ! please help
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What architecture or OS are you talking about?
What do you mean by "connect to network"? Are you talking of your PC?
 

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