On 07/18/2012 09:16 AM, Alex wrote:
> To follow up with my previous post, actually, it does work. I didn't
> realize it, but NetworkManager was indeed installed and running. My
> experience in the past was that it wasn't configured with a "minimal"
> What's the proper way to switch from NetworkManager to the standard
> "network" format? I've just removed the NetworkManager packages, and
> it seems to work, but perhaps there's some configuration option I'm
Yes, it gets installed by default even on minimal installs. Some people like it,
some hate it. I've not had a problem with it.
To disable NetworkManager and switch to the old network service I just did the
1. systemctl disable NetworkManager.service
2. chkconfig --level 345 network on
3. edit ifcfg-p2p1 to change NM_CONTROLLED="yes" to "no"
Then I rebooted.
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