Re: Network manager and Gnome 3.12

On Tue, 2014-08-05 at 15:21 +0200, David BERCOT wrote:

Maybe I can ask a more simple question...

Even if I have many profiles in /etc/network/interfaces (guessnet
chooses the right one), why can't I see these profiles in nm-applet ?

Before, I had something like this :
[change "sans fil" by "filaire" with "Ifupdown (Maison)", "Ifupdown
(Travail)", etc...]

Now, I have no profile in nm-applet... It doesn't show the ones which
are in /etc/network/interfaces...

Do you know why (I have ifplugdown plug-in enabled) ?\

You said you are using Gnome-3? The screenshot does not show nm-applet,
it shows the NM part of gnome-control-center.

What do you see if you start nm-applet?
What gives

   nmcli connection show



Thank you.


Le Mon, 4 Aug 2014 11:41:14 +0200,
David BERCOT <debian bercot org> a écrit :
Le Mon, 28 Jul 2014 00:37:04 +0200,
Thomas Haller <thaller redhat com> a écrit :
On Sun, 2014-07-27 at 13:53 +0200, David BERCOT wrote:

I'm on Debian (Sid) and I've recently upgraded to Gnome 3.12.
For my network, I use guessnet to put the right configuration,
depending on the place I plug my computer (work, home, etc...).

Before Gnome 3.12, NM showed me the list of options
(from /etc/network/interfaces) :
- Ifupdown (Maison)
- Ifupdown (Travail)
- etc...

Now, it shows me... nothing...
And more, it uses DHCP even I'm in a place where the connection
should be in static mode...
It seems that, at boot, the right connection is configured by
guessnet (for exemple "Maison") but, just after, NM changes it with

Do you have any clue for me ?

Thank you.

check whether the ifupdown plugin is enabled
in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf. See `man

Also, check the logfile of NM whether it was able to read those
connections. Sounds like it was not.



First of all, yes, ifupdown plugin is enabled :
# cat /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf 

Then, for the logfile, I think it is in syslog... Nothing seems

But it seems NM doesn't "see" /etc/network/interfaces connections...
# nmcli connection show 
UUID                                  TYPE             PÉRIPHÉRIQUE
91c2d1a8-97f3-450d-b1d8-91b5430307c9  802-3-ethernet   eth0 Ifupdown
(insee_cei)                    89c584b5-3df1-c9c1-4fd9-dc1db3b879c9
802-3-ethernet   -- Ifupdown (insee_dg)
25a68747-c5f2-085d-9d94-8de531ebe112  802-3-ethernet   -- Ifupdown
(insee_pra)                    331fcbb9-e335-fd10-96d4-741f8fc5b131
802-3-ethernet   -- Ifupdown (maison)
8a40d99f-cce3-2a0f-11cd-16cc63b12c62  802-3-ethernet   -- Ifupdown
(insee_cnio)                   00aeb8a1-de82-c52b-d9af-c7fd47831bb1
802-3-ethernet   -- Ifupdown (insee_cnip)
9d595860-e440-a024-f889-b7d56892b115  802-3-ethernet   -- Ifupdown
(insee_cnin)                   cd12fb0a-6860-4cc0-7869-5c287989e5b5
802-3-ethernet   -- Ifupdown (default_dhcp)
af1736b6-4156-a268-9659-2b44e7944133  802-3-ethernet   --

There's no association with my connections (Ifupdown (maison), etc...)
and eth0...

I don't understand...

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