Re: Network manager and Gnome 3.12

I think it is some kind of bug of specific version of NetworkManager
since I have very similar issue with my virtual interfaces. They are
configured as static but NM always trying to get IP address using
DHCP. Here is my version:

Installed Packages
Name        : NetworkManager
Arch        : x86_64
Epoch       : 1
Version     :
Release     : 4.git20140319.fc20
Size        : 5.7 M
Repo        : installed
From repo   : rhughes-f20-gnome-3-12-x86_64
Summary     : Network connection manager and user applications
URL         :
License     : GPLv2+
Description : NetworkManager is a system network service that manages
your network devices
            : and connections, attempting to keep active network
connectivity when available.
            : It manages ethernet, WiFi, mobile broadband (WWAN), and
PPPoE devices, and
            : provides VPN integration with a variety of different VPN services.

Someone told me I should try to use some COPR repo, but I can't find
any newer version there


On 27 July 2014 13:53, David BERCOT <debian bercot org> 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 DHCP.

Do you have any clue for me ?

Thank you.

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