Re: network-manager as default? No!
Brett Parker <iDunno@sommitrealweird.co.uk> writes:
> Everything that you can do with ifupdown you can do with network
That's simply not true.
You cannot use n-m remotely without having some out-of-band access.
For a start. Fix that, and I'll come back with the next issue. You
don't seem to have a clue wrt the power of ifupdown...
And no, to all the pedants around here, I have not opened a bug report
regarding this. There are more than enough of those already, and the
maintainer responses clearly shows that they don't care about such
fundamental design flaws.
See e.g. bug #432322.