On Sat, 24 Sep 2016 12:21:54 +0200 Frank Elsner <frank(a)moltke28.B.Shuttle.DE>
On Sat, 24 Sep 2016 11:55:06 +0200 François Patte wrote:
> There is something wrong with this applet in f24: when the computer
> resumes from suspend, the applet shows as if the network was not
> connected. In fact it is connected but, it impossible to change the
> connection, ie.: if before going to suspend, the computer was connected
> on a wifi, it is still conected to the same wifi but it is impossible to
> change this or to use an ethernet connction...
same here. I found that "systemctl restart NetworkManager" clear the
At least for me.
Yes, this has been a problem for a while on Fedora 24. Funnily this is not a problem for
the machines where I did not install Fedora 24 from scratch, but upgraded (from Fedora
23), but it may generally also be a consequence of architecture. However, two machines of
the same kind (I think Dell Latitude E6400 or so), one installed from scratch and the
other upgraded, have dissimilar results, so it is a strange observation. One my Dell XPS
13 which I also upgraded, I also have no issues.
I usually: "kill nm-applet" and start "nm-applet" again from the
command line, especially if I need to move from one location to another and need to find
new wifis (or the need to use vpn connection from NM). Otherwise, I ignore it. Your
solution is one command and thus simpler.
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