I frequently run "dnf upgrade" on my systems and a few days ago did just that.
booted just fine but the networking did NOT come up as it has prior to this upgrade.
It's like the system now wants to be ipv6 only. Manual ipv4 configuration works just
I'm testing in a virtual machine with VirtualBox that has also been working just
fine... The SAME problem started there to. Again, it's like the
system wants to be ipv6 only... and, again, manual ipv4 configuration works just
fine. I have been working on the thought that I might have goofed something up so I
reinstalled the VM, selecting "KDE Plasma Workstation" and have made NO
other changes. I still have the problem. I've tried different versions
of VirtualBox with NO joy.
Does anyone know what has changed and possibly how to recover? At this point, I am willing
to provide any other information I can or try suggested solutions.
This whole experience has left me feeling like the village idiot... NOT as much fun as
they say it is.
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Just a stabl in the dark: In the past, network-scripts (subpackage if
initscripts) was getting pulled in by dependencies, and I think some of
these got fixed this last week or so.
So, if you were using network-scripts for your network, and it's not
installed anymore, install that? Or switch to NetworkManager.
If it's not that I am not sure what it would be... check your journal
for any errors on boot?