On Sat, 02 Jul 2011 19:36:31 +0200, Claudius Hubig wrote:
> Hendrik Boom <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>What do I have to do to make sure the network manager is off, either
>>temporarily or permanently?
> AFAIK, it won’t touch interfaces defined in /etc/network/interfaces.
> Using update-rc.d, one can also completely disable the daemon like this:
> update-rc.d network-manager disable
> Doing so, it also won’t be restarted after a package upgrade.
> Just deinstalling it should also be possible.
Actually, all the packages containing "network-manager" in their names
seem already not to be installed. Aptitude reports them as purged, which
presumably means never installed. So unless it gets installed by a rogue
dependency during upgrade, I should be OK.
Thanks for the advice. I'll ssh in and if the text consoles don't
reappear after completing the upgrade, I can investigate further at
> Best regards,