net.ifnames=0 doesn't do anything
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7.4. Managing Devices says that
The traditional naming scheme using eth0, eth1, etc can be restored by adding net.ifnames=0 on the kernel command line.
In reality it doesn't do anything. AFAICS there is handling of net.ifnames in eudev's 80-net-name-slot.rules (which is not installed due to --enable-rule_generator).
Unfortunately I don't quite understand how exactly rules are working (if 75-persistent-net-generator.rules calls write_net_rules, why init-net-rules.sh is needed then? Looks like some divergency between eudev & udev-lfs to me), so can't investigate further.