I have a computer running centOS 7 and Gnome 3.2 and everytime the computer boots it boots with airplane mode enabled and the ethernet interface disabled. I've been looking for a solution but I cannot find a proper way to disable it. I've noticed that both the Airplane mode and the ethernet interfaced can be enabled at the same time. Basically what I want is for my computer to be connected to the internet as soon as it boots. Thanks for the help.


This helps in debian gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.rfkill active false

  • Yes, it does, but unfortunately it also disables the GNOME3 Bluetooth controls. BT is working, but the GNOME3 UI gets disabled this way. – bk138 Apr 9 '18 at 16:43

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