Network Manager on Fedora
Network Manager is a management tool for networking. It works well for connecting with both wifi and wired networks.
Applicable to Fedora Versions
- Fedora 8+
- Read our Getting Started with Wireless Guide.
- The NetworkManager package is installed.
- If using KDE, the knetworkmanager package is installed.
Doing the Work
- After the packages are installed all that needs to be done is to start the needed services:
- Set the services to start on boot:
- Use the system-config-network tool to set your devices to not start on boot and to have Network Manager manage the device(s):
/sbin/service NetworkManager start
/sbin/chkconfig NetworkManager on
su -c 'system-config-network'
How to Test
Common Problems and FixesNone known at this time.
We test this stuff on our own machines, really we do. But you may run into problems, if you do, come to #fedora on irc.freenode.net