Re: Understanding How Networking Manager Manages Wi-Fi

On Thu, 2015-09-24 at 15:02 +0530, Ramprasad Vempati wrote:
Thanks Dan. yes I'm using ubuntu which has old version, which is

Is there any way I can configure unmanaged-devices via command-line,
instead of openings NetworkManager.conf?  I'm basically trying to
create a script to add wi-fi interface to unmanaged-devices.

I think, unfortunately you cannot.

On 0.9.4 you only can modify /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf
and restart NM.

On master you could do
  nmcli device set IFNAME managed no
which has a similar effect -- but it would not store the setting
persistently (yet).

On recent versions (but not 0.9.4) you can also drop configuration
snippets like


with "+="


Then you either restart NM or reload with:
  kill -SIGHUP `pidof NetworkManager`
  systemctl reload NetworkManager


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