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Old 16th January 2012, 05:35 PM
Polo1 Offline
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Networkmanager-Gnome Crash

Can anyone help me please?
For a very unknown reason, I noticed that the network manager applet had crashed in Fedora 12 a day ago. Today, when it automatically finds a network to connect the little animation with two green lights fill up but it doesnt fully complete connecting to the network.
WHy is that?

Obviously, I cannot report this crash as I have no internet connection due to this issue.
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Old 16th January 2012, 06:38 PM
sesso Offline
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Re: Networkmanager-Gnome Crash

It happened to me last night.

I just did,

Ifconfig eth0 down
Ifconfig eth0 up

It did fix it. However, I also have a switch the likes to die on me intermittently and my connection will act weird until I reboot the switch.
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