Re: A comment on NetworkManager

Gene Heskett wrote:
And I repeat, here, running kde, all it does is tear down the network and hang. You can stop it, kill it, do anything you want, but the only way to restore network function through ANY port, ethernet or wireless, is a full, powerdown reset. A normal reboot will not do it. Tested many times.

It seems highly unlikely that this has anything to do with using KDE to control it instead of GNOME. If things get messed up such that you need a power-down reset to recover, it must be the fault of some kind of driver or hardware issue, not NetworkManager's.

Robert Hancock      Saskatoon, SK, Canada
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