Questions about: network-manager

Since this issue bit me quite a few times, I decided to also create a tool to automate the "downgrading" of the . ovpn file with embedded certs to a . ovpn file pointing to other
How many of you failed to connect to WiFi network in Linux? Did you bumped into issues like the followings in different forums, discussion page, blogs? I am sure everyone did at some point. Following list shows just the results from Page 1 of a Googl
This applies to 12. 04+ since these are the ones I could test but could also be used in older versions. I have separated this guide into several parts, which consist of: Part 1 - Wireless Routers with no password or WEP Key Part 2 - Wireless Routers
There are two big things that matter for programmers: knowing what needs to be done, and doing it. So when a server that you SSH into tells you that it wants to be restarted, it’s nice to just do that quick reboot. So long as you trust that nothing w
This question already has an answer here: I am running 14. 04 LTS on a Dell XPS 13 9343. Today I did a routine update through Software Updater and restarted when it prompted me
FortiSSLVPNclient. exe connect -s "connection name"FortiSSLVPNclient. exe disconnect I'm trying to make it automatically connect to the VPN before opening a RDP session, and prompt to disconnect after the session is closed
wired device not managed Most probably your interface appears in /etc/network/interfaces. By default, NetworkManager does not manage interfaces that appear in /etc/network/interfaces. You can change this behaviour