On Sunday, April 07, 2013 02:22:17, Andrei POPESCU wrote: > On Vi, 29 mar 13, 09:45:11, Chris Knadle wrote: > > You will also need to recreate /etc/resolv.conf, as the contents of this > > file is replaced by NetworkManager. > > Isn't this done by wicd-daemon (maybe by restarting it)? It doesn't. Also keep in mind that wicd can be set for all kinds of configurations, such that it may not touch this file even making a connection. [I have what appear to be default settings, and this is the behavior I see on my home network, for instance.] /By default/ NM seems to replace /etc/resolv.conf on the first connection attempt. This entry in the release-notes is aimed for Gnome users that /didn't/ previously have network-manager installed, thus may be using wicd. The first thing these users are likely to do is try wicd and find it broken due to the conflict, then try NM and find it broken too -- and the connection attempt with NM replaces the /etc/resolv.conf file, where wicd may not. -- Chris -- Chris Knadle Chris.Knadle@coredump.us
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