On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 08:27:03AM +0200, Josselin Mouette wrote:
Since it was completely redesigned, almost from scratch, this doesn’t apply for 0.8. Its system daemon is able to manage connections without anyone logged on, and with a number of features that makes ifupdown look like a baby toy.
Maybe, but *I* had never a need for it. I can do my VLAN and bridge configuration with ifupdown. Most PCs of mine don’t have WLAN cards, so I don’t need NM with running wpasupplicant. And those PCs have a static network configuration.
NM may be good for laptops, so put it in the laptop task and leave the rest alone in the default installation.
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