On Thu, 09.10.14 18:59, Elad Alfassa (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 9, 2014 at 6:46 PM, Lennart Poettering <email@example.com>
> > > - no integration with NetworkManager, unaware of NTP servers from
> > > DHCP
> > Well it is not hooked up with NM but it *is* hooked up with networkd
> > via its native API, and hence even picks up manually configured
> > per-connection NTP servers.
> I really want to see networkd in Fedora by default. What are the
> plans/timeframe for that? How does it play together with NM?
networkd doesn't do WLAN really (well, you can run it together with
wpa_supplicant, and configure both individually, but that's not
particularly nice. networkd currently also lacks a bus interface
(since it runs in early boot + initrd, where dbus-daemon is not
available currently), and that stalls on kdbus.
networkd as it is right now is great for servers, or the initrd, to
run inside containers or for a lot of the embedded usecases. It's not
suitable for the desktop usecase.
Lennart Poettering, Red Hat
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