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Re: F12: NetworkManager-Firefox: Firefox is currently in offline mode and can't browse the Web



The "MODE" was set up by system-config-network, it is from
its list of possible options for Mode and I think was the
default.
If I run ifup the error you mention is not reported and the
interface comes up fine.
However, I do get the error:
domainname: you must be root to change the domain name

Which I assume is due to another F12 bug. Could this cause NM
to abort the connection ?
I note that "domainname" is called from /etc/dhcp/dhclient.d/nis.sh.
At point of invocation $UID and $EUID are 0 ....

I added a "sh" into /etc/dhcp/dhclient.d/nis.sh to have a look.
Here getuid() and geteuid() return 0. whoami returns "root".
But when I run "domainname kingnet" I get the error:
"domainname: you must be root to change the domain name"
Also "su" states "su: incorrect password" without even
prompting for one. What is happening here ?
The environment variables are set by dhcp and do not have
the usual user environment variables ....
Note that on this system, selinux is disabled.


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