i found the answers by myself 1. networkmanager saves the connections at /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections all the time. so, i made a symbolic link to /dev/shm. connections are saved in the RAM instead of /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections. a reboot will clear all the saved wireless APs.cd /etc/NetworkManager/
rm -rf system-connections
ln -s /dev/shm system-connections2.
2ManyDogs wrote:How did the mods handle it when people came looking for support after following an unofficial guide?Since this is an unofficial guide, there should be a visible notice to tell users about this.
hi mirto! welcome to arch linux!mirto wrote:When I delate files/directories (both ways: putting them to trash and then emptying it or 'rm' them form command line) they do disappear from the files tree, but there is no space on the disc freed. It happens most of the time, but not always.1. what is your system setup? what kind of X setup (window/desktop manager) do you have?2.
Evidently there is a bug with systemd stopping networkmanager before remote filesystems are unmounted.https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=150029Are you using networkmanager? Have you tried using something else?