El jue, 24-02-2011 a las 11:03 +0100, Mike Gabriel escribió: > Hi Klaus, > > Am Donnerstag, 24. Februar 2011, 00:37:45 schrieb Klaus Knopper: > > Hi all, > > > > However, I found that another way of avoiding conflicts between > > NetworkManager and ifup/ifdown is possible by just making NetworkManager > > aware of everything preconfigured in /etc/network/interfaces, and > > actually using this file for NetworkManagers configuration handling, by > > setting: > > > > [main] > > plugins=ifupdown,keyfile > > > > [ifupdown] > > managed=true > > I haven't know these before... This sounds handy. > > My default network manager configuration though only gets activated after user > login. Does a nm configuration as you propose enable network before the user > logs in? > > So basically, the point about network manager is: do we need network access > before the user logs (YES: for NFS etc.) and how can this be handled by > network manager... > Replacing it with wicd (you can also use its scripts/preconnect or postconnect hooks to do anything you need prior or after getting an ip address) Regards. José L.
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