Re: network-manager not connecting automatically anymore



On Thu, 2010-02-11 at 16:16 -0500, Tom H wrote:
If you are using NM, you should not have anything in /e/n/i except for:
<begin>
auto lo
iface lo inet loopback
<end>
unless you change a setting in a file
/etc/NetworkManager
I do not have NM installed but I think that the file is "nmsomething"
and the setting to change is "managed."
I am sorry that I cannot be more precise.

That's right, it's explaing in http://wiki.debian.org/NetworkManager

I have "allow-hotplug eth0" in /etc/network/interfaces, so the wired
network is still brought up if I boot into single user mode.

Having "managed=true" in /etc/NetworkManager/nm-system-settings.conf
means Network Manager will do the right thing and update the network
status when plugging and unplugging my laptop.

It's possible to both have your cake and eat it. :-)

The new Network Manager version also seems to not drop the network
connections any more when I log out or shutdown either. This means any
network filesystems I have mounted don't have their connection whipped
away from under them, which was causing long timeout delays during
shutdown. :-)

--
Tixy





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