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NetworkManager is an application tool to simplify the multi network model on a single or multiple interfaces.

The dhclient that NetworkManager calls should be the same irregardless. On my Fedora 19 system I'm getting the following command run via NetworkManager when I allow it to connect: /sbin/dhclient -d … -sf /usr/libexec/nm-dhcp-client.action \ -pf /var/run/ \ -lf /var/lib/NetworkManager/ …
answered Feb 14 '14 by slm
probably not a good idea to try and run NetworkManager's applet as root. I'd try running it as my normal user account. What should I do? For starters I would try restarting the NetworkManager … service. $ sudo service NetworkManager restart Next I would make sure that the nm-applet wasn't already running prior to trying to run it. Perhaps killing it with this command: $ pkill nm-applet Third …
answered Aug 9 '13 by slm
One method for configuring multiple NIC cards is through the use of what's called bonding. It goes by other names as well: Bonding Channel Bonding Link Aggregation Using NetworkManager What … version of NetworkManager are you using? Version 0.9.8 is the first that purports to offer support for network bonding. excerpt from Add a "slaves" property to Bond devices Bond …
answered Jun 30 '13 by slm
I found this blog post which sounds like what you're looking for. It's titled: Setting up rygel on your Fedora system. NOTE: The following is excerpted from that blog post Install packages $ sudo …
answered Feb 3 '14 by slm
If you run the following command you can determine what files NetworkManager is using to store it's config info: $ sudo lsof | grep NetworkMa You can also list out the contents of the … NetworkManager package to see where things are kept (v0.8.5.92): $ rpm -ql NetworkManager ... /etc/NetworkManager /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf /etc/NetworkManager/VPN /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d …
answered Jul 3 '13 by slm
Something sounds amiss with your system's setup. I have Ubuntu 14.04 and just rebooted my system and made sure that no one was logged in via the Desktop. I then ssh'ed into the system and can use nmcl …
answered Oct 2 '14 by slm
That FRU# 0A36319 is actually a Ericsson H5321gw card. Looking around this card does appear to be supported, but there are different revisions of the hardware and so they typically change the USB ID o …
answered Jun 21 '13 by slm
You should be able to add a hidden network like so using NetworkManager. Step #1 - open NetworkManager's main menu                                                             Step #2 - Click "Connect to Hidden Network"      Step #3 - Add the SSID of the "hidden network"      …
answered Feb 15 '14 by slm
Pairwise Ciphers (2) : CCMP TKIP Authentication Suites (1) : PSK I would also open a terminal window and tail the /var/log/syslog while you restart NetworkManager: $ sudo tail -f … /var/log/syslog Then restart NetworkManager: $ service NetworkManager restart I'd also make sure that the Linux Kernel detected the WIFI device correctly by reviewing the dmesg log: $ dmesg …
answered Jul 28 '13 by slm
Take a look at the output from this command to confirm what drivers/modules the kernel is using for your given hardware. $ lshw -C network ... *-network description: Wireless interface …
answered Jun 13 '14 by slm
I no longer have to use a VPN client to connect, but when I did I used these guides to help debug issues that I would often have with it when connecting. Configuring an IPSec Tunnel Between a Cisco …
answered Nov 9 '13 by slm
If you're using NetworkManager you can use the command line tool that's part of it, nmcli to get this list: $ nmcli dev list iface wlan0 | grep IP4 IP4-SETTINGS.ADDRESS: IP4 …
answered Jul 18 '13 by slm
's version of NetworkManager ( Looking into F20 and RHEL7 Beta I noticed these examples which would seem to indicate that the option might be coming soon, 2.4. Using the NetworkManager … Command Line Tool, nmcli. $ nmcli connection modify id 'MyCafe' 802-11-wireless.mtu 1350 So perhaps if your distro has a newer version of NetworkManager you could add it like that. …
answered Feb 7 '14 by slm