Re: usb0 unmanaged (g_ether)

On Wed, 2018-01-17 at 16:56 +0100, Ana Rodriguez Lopez wrote:
Hi Thomas,

I activated the debug level trace, as you suggested. Here all usb0
related logs, including some "unmanaged: flags set to". Does this
you something?


  (usb0): unmanaged: flags set to 
[user-udev,!sleeping,!loopback,!platform-init,!user-settings=0x400/0x459/manageable/unrealized, set-managed 

tells you that the device is marked as unmanaged via a UDev rule.
Likely /usr/lib/udev/rules.d/85-nm-unmanaged.rules

You can either modify/adjust/overwrite the udev-rule,

Or you configure it in NetworkManager.conf, something like


Or, you change it only at runtime, with
  $ nmcli device set usb0 managed yes
This won't persist accross reboot (but on recent versions accross
restart of NetworkManager service).


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