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Re: Network interfaces refusing to start on boot: F10



Also, I would prefer that the network be available when I am forced to
use a console because (as an example) X crashes during bootup and will
not function subsequently.

/ken

Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Tuesday 06 January 2009 19:46:06 Craig White wrote:
>> On Tue, 2009-01-06 at 14:05 -0500, Mark Haney wrote:
>>> Tom Horsley wrote:
>>>> On Tue, 06 Jan 2009 11:30:40 -0500
>>>>
>>>> Mark Haney wrote:
>>>>> I mean, why offer
>>>>> the options in 's-c-n' if they aren't going to be implemented?
>>>> Because virtually everything in the vicinity of NetworkManager
>>>> is broken and needs another year or so of development to
>>>> work right? :-).
>>> Good Lord, if it's taken this long to make it even semi-functional, why
>>> bother?  I mean as far as I'm concerned NM is a joke.
>> ----
>> One of NetworkManager's missions is to utterly frustrate and harass
>> those that make no effort whatsoever to understand it's purpose and just
>> want to muscle everything as root like they've always done.
>>
>> I agree that it's much easier to just disable it and then dismiss it as
>> broken than it is to actually figure out what it's good for and how to
>> live with it.
>>
>> I would bet dollars to doughnuts that everyone who dismisses
>> NetworkManager out of hand also disables SELinux too.
>>
> If only life were that simple, Craig.  When you've tried everything that has 
> been suggested and it still doesn't work, it's frustrating.  (Though I'm not 
> adamant that the problem is actually NM)
> 
> Anne
> 


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