Network issue on a cloned server

David Groos djgroos at
Tue Oct 6 02:18:08 BST 2009

Hi uwe,  How does removing network-manager and network-manager-gnome affect
setting up a network?  It seems like you are just removing the functionality
of these tools--does another tool then come to the forefront?

On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 1:59 PM, uwe <uwe.geercken at> wrote:

> hello everyone,
> I have used a standard setup with one network card in the past which
> always worked well for me. As I have gained experience I am trying more
> things now and different setups: e.g. using virtual machines.
> In the last time I continue to have little problems with networking on
> multiple computers, so this is what I have done to cope with it:
> - I remove network-manager and network-manager-gnome
> - I put a static ip and other information in /etc/network/interfaces
> - I update /etc/ltsp/dhcpd.conf to reflect my network settings above
> - I do a ltsp-update-sshkeys (ip changed)
> - I do a ltsp-update-image (ip changed)
> I think this setup makes less trouble than with network-manager and
> these are simple steps, so that the clients should be able to boot.
> Hope this helps.
> Uwe
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