Hi, Since i updated my system to systemd 208-2 NetworkManager fails to start at boot.I haver this behaviour both with the LTS kernel and the 220.127.116.11 kernel. I use only a wifi card, Atheros Ar9271. However even when the card is not connected Network Manager fails to start. I have downgraded to 208-1 as a workaround for the moment.
Hi, I change for example dns in networkmanager, when restart
NetworkManager , "systemctl restart NetworkManager" the network not
[maykel@maykel-arch ~]$ sudo systemctl status NetworkManager
● NetworkManager.service - Network Manager
Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/NetworkManager.service; enabled)
Active: active (running) since mar 2014-04-08 12:
I have a netbook on which I use ratpoison as WM due to limited screen space. I don't want any status or menu bars at all since it steals valueable space. I have tried wicd as a network manager and it works well and can be handled through the wicd-curses application - that means no need for a desktop applet.
Hi, everyone. I'm using ubuntu 12.04, but I have replaced Unity with Mate(a fork of gnome2) by unistalling and installing lots of softwares. Everything seems fine, except the Network-Manager applet on the top panel.
I am having trouble getting named to start using systemd on the Fedora 18 Raspberry Pi spin. It starts, then a few moments later there is a timeout and it fails. If I run the commands in named.service by hand, named starts just fine. I don't know what the timeout is that systemctl is looking for or where it is being invoked.