Re: restoring forgotten device

On Mon, 2014-09-01 at 10:26 -0400, Gene Czarcinski wrote:
OK, I give up ... what is the "magic dance" I need to do to restore a 
forgotten NIC?

I was "playing" with gnome's network editor and on the reset page for a 
device, I hit the "Forget" button.  Device was "removed" but now I would 
like to "restore it".  How do I do that (other than to do another 
complete install of Fedora 20)?

I don't use Gnome3, but AFAIK...

The "Forget" button does not remove a NIC -- "NIC" here meaning a
"network interface known to the kernel", such as "eth0".

It removes an (NM) connection. Think of that as a "connection-profile".

If you removed a profile, it is gone.
Create a new one, e.g. by clicking on the "+" symbol in the
network-window of gnome-control-center.


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