On 02/05/17 09:30, Stephen Morris wrote:
What do the messages listed below, particularly the last two,
which are listed in
boot.log, mean relative to ethernet and wifi network devices (I am assuming a wireless
mouse has no impact on this situation) that are configured in Network Manager to not be
connected to at boot time and definitions that are?
Starting Network Manager...
[ OK ] Started Network Manager.
Starting Network Manager Wait Online...
Starting Network Manager Script Dispatcher Service...
[ OK ] Started Network Manager Script Dispatcher Service.
[ OK ] Started Network Manager Wait Online.
Starting LSB: Bring up/down networking...
[ OK ] Started LSB: Bring up/down networking.
[ OK ] Reached target Network.
[ OK ] Reached target Network is Online.
I am particularly interested in whether the last two are produced because the
checking process successfully found usable devices that could be used for the network,
as opposed to devices that Network Manager has been told to connect to at boot, and if
it is the latter option how can the network be online when dkms has not finished
compiling and installing into the kernel the driver for the only device that Network
Manager has been told to connect to boot. I am assuming that the pci wireless device
that functions with an inbuilt kernel module (ATH9K) is not being network activated when
there isn't a definition for that device in Network Manager.
This may be of interest/value....
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