On Fri, 12.09.14 20:24, Rahul Sundaram (metherid(a)gmail.com) wrote:
For a long time, NetworkManager handled only wifi and simpler connection
needs and although it now has support for bridging, bonding etc, it seems
not integrated with GNOME very much.
Meanwhile, systemd-networkd handles a lot more of that but doesn't handle
wifi (yet?) and I am not sure what the plans are between NM and
systemd-networkd to avoid code duplication.
That is correct, networkd does not handle wifi, and nobody is working
With networkd we mostly focus on the embedded, initrd, server,
container usecases, but not so much the desktop usecases. That said I
know that people are interested in having networkd cover wifi too, so
I am not sure what the future will bring.
Do we still ship the older network scripts in Fedora workstation?
the plans to integrate systemd-networkd if any? What is the future of NM?
Currently there are no plans.
At this time, networkd is an option in Fedora, not more, and we have
no plans to propose it as default, and especially not for the
Lennart Poettering, Red Hat