For some 7 years now I've been using the /etc/network/interfaces file to configure my network connections, and disabling Network Manager by having the single word "exit" in the /etc/default/NetworkManager and /etc/default/NetworkManagerDispatcher files to stop them from installing automagically at boot time.
For almost that long, I've been launching an iptables-restore action as a pos
I was wondering what effects disabling the network-manager would have?
I have two Ethernet interfaces declared as static in my /etc/network/interfaces file. When these two are declared the boot times on the system go from about 30 seconds to more than 3 minutes. I have heard that there could be conflicts between Network-Manager and /etc/network/interfaces. Is this true?
I have two identical desktops running Ubuntu server 14.04. During the install process I only selected Ubuntu server, no other packages.
Desktop #1) This was my first linux build, and so fumbled around quite a bit until I figured it out. I configured the WPA_Supplicant.conf file utilizing the wpa_passphrase program, can can connect fine using wpa_supplicant.