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Raspberry Pi 3 - Change from dhcpcd to NetworkManager configuration

Disable the following service for dhcpcd:

sudo update-rc.d dhcpcd disable

Empty the file “interfaces” in:

sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces

Install NetworkManager:

sudo apt-get install network-manager

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DNS configuration with VPNs and Ubuntu 17.04: working again

I must have hit this bug on the upgrade from 16.10 to 17.04.

Result: DNS queries not working if not using FQDNs for my VPNs. 334 more words


Bring a Connection Up in NetworkManager From the Command-Line

You can also use this for the VPN. Occasionally my taskbar freezes on one of my laptops, so this is a contingency to start my VPN if that is happening at the time. 6 more words


Network interface disabled by default in CentOS 7

After a fresh installation of CentOS 7, your main network interface may be disabled. Its name may be enp0s3.

Check its status with : 47 more words


NetworkManager dnsmasq Setup (Centos 7)

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Setup Network Bridge Using NetworkManager (Centos 7)

After creating the bridge in NetworkManager, add the following to the ifcfg-eth-xxx for the actual adapter chosen in NetworkManager:


Then restart NetworkManager. May take a bit of time to DHCP the bridge.

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NetworkManager and team in RHEL7


In previous Red Hat Enterprise Linux releases, the default way to configure networking was using network scripts. The term network scripts is commonly used for the script /etc/init.d/network and any other installed scripts it calls. 162 more words