[Bug 524454] Re: Networking is disabled on boot (usually after suspend/hibernate)

Mathieu Trudel mathieu.tl at gmail.com
Sun Aug 8 22:16:08 BST 2010

The fact that this happens on a failed suspend/resume indicated it's not
NetworkManager's fault, but that the issue resides in the scripts run to
"suspend" networking on S3/S4 states.

I'm assigning myself for the tasks for both Lucid and Maverick, there
needs to be some work done to see if the commits
fa70542c618665cf203a2b71fa0e504f759f7902 in NM and
adf56461a7859280f8ea1520c9689e9383fab3f6 in nm-applet can be directly
applied or backported; I'll make a test package available in a PPA (or

** Changed in: network-manager (Ubuntu Lucid)
     Assignee: Liam Farrell (liamfez) => Mathieu Trudel (mathieu-tl)

** Changed in: network-manager (Ubuntu Maverick)
     Assignee: (unassigned) => Mathieu Trudel (mathieu-tl)

Networking is disabled on boot (usually after suspend/hibernate)
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