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MAC Addresses

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I need to get the MAC addresses of all the network cards on a computer, how would I do this? one address is fine I can work out the rest for my self!

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by:dimitry
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You didn't mention your OS, but in Windows you can run
 ipconfig /all
and in Linux you can run
 ifconfig
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