systemd and changes
dcbw at redhat.com
Thu Sep 2 15:49:49 UTC 2010
On Thu, 2010-08-26 at 15:57 -0400, Jon Masters wrote:
> On Thu, 2010-08-26 at 11:17 -0800, Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> > On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 10:29 AM, Jon Masters <jonathan at jonmasters.org> wrote:
> > > Great. It works fine on a laptop, in general. But on a
> > > desktop/server/workstation that is connected for weeks at a time (like
> > > mine), I don't want to have to do clicky buttony stuff just to make my
> > > network work. Nothing has yet proved as simple as the "network" scripts,
> > > though I'm sure we could shove in a few layers of
> > > g-whatever-it's-called-now-conf for good measure.
> > Just to be clear.. its the clickity nature of the initial system wide
> > configuration that is the barrier for you? if you had a reasonable
> > non-clickity way to add a system wide on-boot activated network
> > controlled networkmanager via cli would that suffice?
> Yup, the clickity nature of any configuration is a giant off-putting
> neon sign saying "stay away" for me, in general, if there is no CLI
> though I think it's good to have GUI configuration for end users. I know
> there is an NM CLI but I need it to be as easy as the existing network
> scripts before I make that switch.
What things need to be easier about the cli bits that the network
scripts get right? No doubt there are some, but would you mind filing
them as enhancement requests or bugs so we have some goals to hit?
In the end, ifup/ifdown should also still work for connections NM
controls, since ifup/ifdown just call NM for those connections in F13+.
ifup just says "activate this interface with this configuration" which
is the same thing NM does too, so that mapping is pretty 1:1.
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