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 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.
For some reasons NetworkManager (used in a Cinnamon session) is not storing my password of my Eduroam account.This is how the interface looks like: http://i.imgur.com/dL3QwOk.pngWhenever I am typing in my Password and click on Save, the next time I open the interface again, I have to retype in the password.I set up NetworkManager by installing the following packages and activating the NetworkManag
It appears that the interactions between NetworkManager and the various net config filess are a bit of a dogs breakfast...Worse, http://wiki.debian.org/NetworkConfiguration says -- "DNS configuration for network-manager. Warning: This section has not been tested with an actual network-manager setup.