Whenever I boot into Fedora 16 (KDE Spin), the network manager system tray icon is set to "M" and it says that NetworkManager startup required. I restart NetworkManager and everything seems to start working normally.
Recently, NetworkManager has stopped listing access points completely. In fact, VPNC config is not listed in my NetworkManager list of items.
I was setting up a RHEL7 server in vmware vSphere and I'm having trouble getting it on the network without NetworkManager. I configured the server to have a static IP during the install process and it set everything up using NetworkManager.
I am running a version of RHCE6 on my laptop, and lately I've been trying various stuff about network configuration through command line. Last night, I tried removing the NetworkManager using "yum remove NetworkManager" from the system, so that I could have more control of the network through the command line.
I'm using the Python interface to NetworkManager to configure network connections in Linux. I am able to add connections, but am getting an error when setting the hardware (MAC) address of a wired connection.
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: