My Fedora 15 beta experiences so far

James Laska jlaska at redhat.com
Mon May 23 17:58:08 UTC 2011


On Mon, 2011-05-23 at 13:13 -0400, Genes MailLists wrote:
> On 05/23/2011 12:35 PM, James Laska wrote:
> 
> > 
> > I just completed a F-15 DVD install (no online repos enabled) on
> > baremetal.  After installation and boot-up, the network is not enabled
> > (as expected).  When I click the NM icon in GNOME3, and turn 'on' wired
> > networking, a network connection is established.
> > 
> > I'm also able to select 'Options...' for the wired NIC, and check '[X]
> > Connect Automatically' so subsequent boots/logins enable networking.
> 
> 
>   It sounded like the other poster(s) were saying the problem case is
> when you do not establish a network connection (you did obviously)

Oh thanks, you are right.  I didn't establish a connection during
installation, but I did establish a connection manually on my installed
system by enabling the device from the .  I didn't check whether
'Options' was greyed out prior to activating my connection.  Let me
repeat the procedure...

Confirmed, 'Options' seems to only be available when a NIC has been
activated.  I presume you could manually run 'nm-connection-editor' to
setup some NIC details ahead of time.  Otherwise, if you don't have a
DHCP server, I'm *guessing* you can activate the device ... and then
select 'Options' while the device is searching for an IP.

>  - for
> some reason - that in case of failure to make a network connection, that
> the Options thing was grayed out ... and the more detailed network tool
> was unavailable.
>   But I'm just idly reading ... on F14 :-)

Thanks,
James
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