I user connman-git persoanlly. It is not the most polished network manager, but I like it. It connects incredibly fast, and the reconnection is particularly fast (like when resuming the computer from suspend).But there is no real answer to your question here. You should just try them all and see what you like best. I actually have connman-git, netctl, wicd, and NetworkManag
I am tasked to do backup and restore for networking settings on linux which uses ConnMan. Is it possible for me to do so by copying settings inside /var/lib/connman and place them in the same folder when doing restore?
If not, any suggestion that I can use instead? Thanks in advance.
WonderWoofy wrote:Use connman-git from the AUR. It is compiled without the openvpn support so it does not conflict with openresolv (and in turn netctl) like the one in [community] does.But that begs the question, if you are planning on useing connman, does that mean that you really need netctl around still? I like to keep a collection of wireless network managers around, but that is ju