On Sat, Nov 29, 2014, at 03:01 PM, Jon Nelson wrote:
I have to say, on the laptops which run KDE, using
network manager is
It has stabilized and works very well. Not being able
more than one VPN is a problem, but it's a bit on the esoteric side.
Not so esoteric, it's a frequent use case here. Which is why laptops have always
(prior to 13.2/wicked) been config'd to switch between traditional ifup/down control
I'm dismayed to see that systemd-networkd is not
available as an
alternative, but at least network manager works well enough.
NM can be made to work in some cases, certainly.
Admittedly, it's a far better option than wicked currently is -- at least routing
isn't flaky (I see similar issues), and tunnels are reliable.
That said, NM is not a robust server solution and, at least here, will never be seen
For all the whining about "global death & destruction" wrought by have
systemd forced upon us with little alternative, (personally, I find it very useful), this
wicked situation is far, far more destructive from our perspective.
At least with systemd on opensuse, there was at a release cycle + where the previous
alternative, sysVinit remained available and fully functional. Not so with wicked. Or,
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