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Old 07-01-2009, 01:55 PM   #1
mihalela
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Fedora 11 NetworkManager controlled lan disabled, I have to remove it every time


I am puzzled and annoyed about my network - I have no network connectivity, no Internet or access to the wired LAN every time I start up LINUX (Fedora Core 11), and every time I see in the top corner the NetworkManager icon not allowing me to connect to the network.
I can enable my eth0 but as soon as I close the window, I lose connectivity because it is all controlled by NetworkManager (and I cannot install packages and all).
So far the only solution was:
yum erase NetworkManager
which I understand totally removes the guy (at least it says it does), then I can set up my network and everything works. For that session.
I come back tomorrow and sometimes NetworkManager is back in force.
Where is it coming from ? If I really did erase it... which I did (I am part of a group that did exactly the smae thing, they all encountered the same behavior).
Can I get rid of it once and for all ?
Or can I make it work ? After all, even bad software is there for a reason !
Thank you all...
M

Last edited by mihalela; 07-01-2009 at 04:37 PM. Reason: More accurate information
 
Old 07-02-2009, 10:21 AM   #2
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mihalela View Post
I am puzzled and annoyed about my network - I have no network connectivity, no Internet or access to the wired LAN every time I start up LINUX (Fedora Core 11), and every time I see in the top corner the NetworkManager icon not allowing me to connect to the network.
I can enable my eth0 but as soon as I close the window, I lose connectivity because it is all controlled by NetworkManager (and I cannot install packages and all).
So far the only solution was:
yum erase NetworkManager
which I understand totally removes the guy (at least it says it does), then I can set up my network and everything works. For that session.
I come back tomorrow and sometimes NetworkManager is back in force.
Where is it coming from ? If I really did erase it... which I did (I am part of a group that did exactly the smae thing, they all encountered the same behavior).
Can I get rid of it once and for all ?
Or can I make it work ? After all, even bad software is there for a reason !
Thank you all...
M

check it is removed and gone properly.

Code:
service NetworkManager status;chkconfig --list NetworkManager

Last edited by centosboy; 07-02-2009 at 10:23 AM.
 
  


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