Il giorno mar, 27/02/2018 alle 12.14 -0800, Samuel Sieb ha scritto:
On 02/27/2018 09:35 AM, Dario Lesca wrote:
> Il giorno mar, 27/02/2018 alle 08.39 -0800, Samuel Sieb ha scritto:
> > You can't. It doesn't support management of either vlans or
> > bridges.
> I must fill a bugs on Fedora or Gnome?
It's not a bug since that has never been a supported function for
Gnome control panel.
In this case would be useful put a button "Advanced Options" into
Network Gnome Control Panel that start nm-connection-editor.
You could file a request that they add it, but
check first if one already exists.
Yes, I could try, but be heard is hard
I believe the current stance is that
the Gnome control panel is only for typical use cases and if you
more control, use nm-connection-editor.
nm-connection-editor is not into control panel. I believe this is a
problem of Fedora Workstatio, not Gnome.
If you install a Fedora Cinnamon o another spin you can do this type of
configuration without problem via Network Control Panel
Why don't you want to use nm-connection-editor? It covers nearly
everything and works well.
Yes it covers nearly everything and works well. But in Fedora WS this
tool it's not directly accessible via control panel and must be
launched via ALT+F2 or terminal
(inviato dal mio Linux Fedora 27 Workstation)