How/why does network-manager interfere with /etc/resolve.conf
tech at hiroshima-is.ac.jp
Fri Dec 4 02:14:03 GMT 2009
2009/12/4 Todd O'Bryan <toddobryan at gmail.com>:
> I think (and I may be completely wrong) that if you include the
> interface info in /etc/network/interfaces then network-manager leaves
> it alone and expects you to take care of it.
I agree that nm shouldn't overrule interfaces.
However, if it is messing with your resolve.conf then
aptitude remove network-manager
should sort it.
I have a bunch of laptops booting straight into dhcp via wlan from
/etc/network/interfaces. nm is not installed or needed for a computer
which isn't going to leave school.
> On Thu, Dec 3, 2009 at 7:52 PM, john <lists.john at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> One of my gripes over the last year or so is the increasing complexity
>> and abstraction of Ubuntu as regards networking management. I used to
>> be to be confident that I could control mac to logical interface
>> mapping with iftab, or name resolution with /etc/resolv.conf, or
>> assignments with
>> /etc/network/interfaces. Lately it seems like everything is controlled
>> by network-manager or dbus or some arcane mapping file that lives in
>> some far-flung sub-directory.
>> My current problem is trying to stop network-manager from over-writing
>> my /etc/resolv.conf file when I start the server using bonding.
>> I guess I don't understand how network-manager, dbus-subsystem, etc,
>> etc, work with regards to networking. I feel like it's getting harder
>> and harder
>> to figure out "who's in charge"
>> Can anyone point me in the right direction to learn more?
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