NM during install - howto setup on boot?

Jochen Schmitt Jochen at herr-schmitt.de
Wed Sep 8 18:55:24 UTC 2010


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Am 08.09.2010 20:18, schrieb Dan Williams:
> On Wed, 2010-09-08 at 19:58 +0200, Jochen Schmitt wrote: And what I
> have to do, to get this configuration after Fedora was installed?
>
>> Do you mean to create a new network connection, or to use it?
>
>> If you mean create, you can:
>
>> 1) run nm-connection-editor 2) right-click on nm-applet and
>> choose "Edit connections" 3) create the ifcfg files directly with
>> vi/emacs
Thanks you for your comments. My issue was to create a WLAN connection
with NM which should be active event i may not logged on in a graphical
environment.

Now I have found out, that I can do this task by starting
nm-connection-editor
as root. In the graphical environment I could define my WLAN
connection and
checked the 'For use to all users' button.

After a reboot, I could found out, that I'm connected to the WLAN in
the text mode
and that NM has created ifcfg-<xxx> and keys-<xxx> files.

Best Regards:

Jochen Schmitt


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