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OpenVPN not connecting on one network?

I've been using my VPN (privateinternetaccess) for almost a year. I've been connecting through the same gateway, using the same username and password, with the same settings. Yesterday, it randomly ...
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2answers
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how to get the return value of wpa_supplicant?

My question is really simple I want to get the return value of the command wpa_supplicant, when connected to the internet, to know that I am connected or not with a shell script.
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1answer
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Network Manager stuck at stage 5 of 5?

After successfully installed Fedora 20, I did a scan in the log file to spot for errors. I am able to connect to the internet, but the network manager is repeatedly producing this two lines every few ...
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4answers
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How to set DNS resolver in Fedora using network-manager?

I want to try out Google public DNS. For this I need to change the nameserver address. I know it's in the file /etc/resolv.conf, but whenever I start network-manager, it overwrites the values in that ...
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how does /etc/init.d/networking restart cause wpa_supplicant to be run using the previous configurations?

Background: I use Debian Lenny and have two WiFi interfaces. I use a generic configurations on /etc/network/interfaces iface wlan0 inet static address 10.0.0.1 network 10.0.0.0 ...
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2answers
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NetworkManager Wi-Fi enablement button unselectable

I have a Gigabyte Q2532 laptop and Enable Wi-Fi of NetworkManager is not selectable. As for the device, here is the relevant entry from lspci: 03:00.0 Network controller: Qualcomm Atheros AR9285 ...
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1answer
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Is NetworkManager itself capable of creating a new Wifi connection?

Manual pages of NetworkManager mentions that it "manages Wifi network interfaces", however it does not say whether it can create new Wifi connections. NetworkManager applet appears to be able to ...
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1answer
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Use of /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth* files

What's the use of /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth* files ? In some cases ifconfig lists the interface eth0 but I don't find the corresponding ifcfg-eth0 file whereas in other instances if I ...
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1answer
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Can't connect to my wireless network though GNOME

I am a complete Linux beginner and I managed to install Archlinux today. But I have no access to my wifi for some reason. I get internet access in my terminal with wifi-menu but gnome tells me that ...
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1answer
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Wireless problem with RTL8723 and Fedora 18: can't connect to a wpa2-secured network

I'm running Fedora 18 on a Toshiba laptop with the notorious RTL8723 wireless card. I've been able to compile the driver using lwfinger's instructions from this forum thread here wget ...
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1answer
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Definitive way to configure network devices in Centos 6.2

What is the definitive way to configure network devices in Centos 6.2? Via network manager or editing /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts? I have a notebook with 1 ethernet port and a usb ethernet adapter ...
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1answer
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Setting mobile broadband connection in Fedora 17

I am using a Dell Precision M4500. I've realized that there is a SIM slot underneath the battery slot, I suppose it is for using mobile broadband access. I am usually connecting to the internet ...
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1answer
519 views

CentOS network connection breaks every 5 min

I installed CentOS 6.2 about a month ago and it worked fine. Two days ago I saw that the internet connection is broken, so I reconfigured it. I was able to use it but after a few minutes it broke ...
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1answer
590 views

Failed to get access to the Internet after disabling networkmanager on ArchLinux [closed]

How can I get access to the Internet after networkmanager is down? I disabled the networkmanager and uncommented the static IP settings I used to use and reboot, but I'm still unable to get access to ...
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1answer
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Configure wireless network from the command line

I know I can use ifconfig to configure my ethernet network interfaces. But can I also configure my wireless network interfaces using ifconfig. (It seems to be listed as eth1 in ifconfig output, why is ...
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2answers
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Network connection drops after a few seconds

I am on Debian. I configured my NIC with a static IP (192.168.1.56). When I try to connect to a network, initially with ifconfig eth2 I get (correctly): eth2 inet addr:192.168.1.56 .... inet6 ...