I am on Debian #buster and saw this new package
network-manager-config-connectivity-debian . While I use
ping some FQDNto access connectivity, how is this package supposed to help. I am using ifupdown instead of network-manager as it has proved to be far more reliable for me than network-manager ever was. The fact that I could connect or disconnect to the network with a single command is a side benefit.
I did apt-file list network-manager-config-connectivity-debian to see what it will say and it says -
[$] apt-file list network-manager-config-connectivity-debian network-manager-config-connectivity-debian: /usr/lib/NetworkManager/conf.d/20-connectivity-debian.conf network-manager-config-connectivity-debian: /usr/share/doc/network-manager-config-connectivity-debian/changelog.Debian.gz network-manager-config-connectivity-debian: /usr/share/doc/network-manager-config-connectivity-debian/changelog.gz network-manager-config-connectivity-debian: /usr/share/doc/network-manager-config-connectivity-debian/copyright
Looking forward to know.