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Re: driver

Post by TrevorH » 2019/06/21 14:55:06

Show the contents of all files that match /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-*
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Re: driver

Post by jlehtone » 2019/06/21 15:22:19

I did not see the output of

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sudo systemctl status NetworkManager.service
and forgot to ask for

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ip li
The latter should show more devices than just 'lo' and 'virbr0'.

If you had NetworkManager running, then you could see also:

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nmcli d s

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Re: driver

Post by sarath » 2019/06/24 10:22:02

any one can help

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Re: driver

Post by TrevorH » 2019/06/24 14:53:08

When you supply the various bits of information that have been requested of you, perhaps someone can help. Until then, no.
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Re: driver

Post by sarath » 2019/06/26 09:11:38

thanks everyone
#sudo systemctl start NetworkManager.services
that worked for me
actually some mistakes am done
sorry for that and am apologizing.
everything fine now thnk u thank u alll
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Re: driver

Post by sarath » 2019/06/26 09:13:16

thank for support :)

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Re: driver

Post by jlehtone » 2019/06/26 12:23:32

You have started the service for this session.
If you want the service to automatically start on every boot, then you have to enable it:

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sudo systemctl enable NetworkManager.services

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Re: driver

Post by sarath » 2019/06/26 12:43:13

okay
thanks bro

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