> I just installed F10 on my system (replacing -- not upgrading -- a
> previous F9 installation). In general, installation went by just
> fine. However, setting up my network has been unbelievably hard.
> I have a DI-624 router, and I am using static IP (I turned its DHCP
> server off because it was rebooting when my wife's MacBook Pro
> connected). This setup has worked flawlessly with F9 and even F8.
> First weird symptom: NetworkManager refuses to allow me to edit
> settings for eth0. It doesn't ask me for any kind of authentication
> and simply shows all fields disabled. I don't know why it started
> doing this, because right after I booted for the first time I was
> able to edit it. Later on I disabled SELinux, don't know if this is
> related somehow. This is specially annoying because I can't configure
> DNS servers this way, and must always edit /etc/resolv.conf manually.
> Second weird symptom: System > Administration > Network Device
> Control didn't show any interfaces I could manage (maybe this is the
> correct behavior when NetworkManger is in charge, I don't know...)
> So, I turned NM off and switched back to plain system-config-network
> (which I'd rather not do, since I need to use NetworkManager every
> now and then to manage a GSM modem).
> To my surprise, even though I try to set my subnet mask to
, it was setting it to my IP address (192.168.0.100
> sometimes to my gateway address (192.168.0.1
). I had to manually go
> through the files at /etc/sysconfig/network/ to fix this. Also, s-c-n
> allowed me to create a copy of eth0 profile, but didn't allow me to
> remove it (had to do it manually as well).
> Right now everything is working just fine I guess, but if I reenable
> NM it screws things up again.
> AFAICS I'm probably experiencing many bugs at once (NM and s-c-n).
> Anyone experienced anything like this? Should I start filing bug