Possible to turn off NetworkManager?
Stuart McGraw writes:
In the past (fedora-8, fedora-11), I have always turned
off the NetworkManager service, leaving just the network
service running and configured by network (which are wired
and seldom change) by editing configuration files or using
a little network config tool (forgot what its executable
In Fedora 15 when I turn off NetworkManager service
(systemctl disable NetworkManager.service) and turn on
the network service and reboot, I get all sorts of dire
messages in syslog[*], and I have no network connectivity.
I have two machines running without NetworkManager, without any issues.
In addition to disabling NetworkManager, make sure that your network
interfaces are not marked as being managed by NetworkManager!
I don't recall having to do anything drastic to disable it. On one machine,
it's simply disabled. On the second machine, the NetworkManager rpm isn't
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