Since NetworkManager is being used, try editing /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf and add the keyfile plugin and a keyfile entry for hostname, i.e., the plugins line in main section should lo... [by hirakendu]
Hello again and thanks for the help It was a typo in / etc / hosts, sorry but that was not the solution, the solution was:Por defecto NetworkManager 0.7 hará una búsqueda inversa de tu IP para determinar tu hostname. Generalmente, esto dará "localhost" o "localhost.localdomain".
Not sure if I'm on the right track here, but you can start/stop/enable/disable etc NetworkManager with: systemctl start NetworkManagerwifi-menu will not work if NetworkManager is running and vice-versa.I use NetworkManager, but if I don't boot into a gui cause somethings broken, then I have to stop NetworkManager in order for wifi-menu to work.
Ok, this has been an annoyance for ooooh, a long time now.
Yes, I could just uninstall NetworkManager, config by hand and be done with it, like in Ye Olden Dayse. However, in trying to get with the times, I'm trying to do this the proper, "Fedora approved" way...