On Wed, 2006-01-11 at 10:01 -0600, Chris Adams wrote:
System-wide configuration is much more useful than per-user config. A
lot of things are broke if the network is only working when someone logs
in (cron jobs like "yum", any type of remote administration, etc.).
I've found that a way around this is to have a config in place
in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ by using netconfig or whathaveyou.
This config is used at boot time, and then when I log in as a user
NetworkManager takes over the connection. Not optimal, but at least
functional for my system.
Jesse Keating RHCE (geek.j2solutions.net
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