On 2013-02-08 14:06, jluce2 wrote:
> i’ve just post this in the network section but it seems that i
> have to post this here
You were told to ask a moderator to move the post, not to create a new one.
> there is some little bug in traduction and kde but there is something
> very wrong
I suppose you mean “tranlation”.
> i can’t configure network with yast and ifup
> only Network Manger work ( habitually problematic !!!)
> i use opensuse for server work so how can i configure network
> connection in text mode without ifup ???
with network manager? I don’t think you can, you need a desktop. Once
configured and set to be used by all users, then it should work in text
Cheers / Saludos,
Carlos E. R.
(from 12.1 x86_64 “Asparagus” at Telcontar)
When I have trouble with NETWORK MANAGER I remove it and then reboot. After that ifup should function fine. I suggest also removing APPER as it interferes with manual software updates if it is trying to find packages to update.
I hav done that with 12.3 beta 2 on a laptop with good results.
Some others things I’ve found.
# Suppress stderr to eliminate duplicated messages in syslog. NM calls openlog()
# with LOG_PERROR when run in foreground. But systemd redirects stderr to
# syslog by default, which results in logging each message twice.
Additional names this unit shall be installed under. The names listed here must have the same suffix (i.e. type) as the unit file name. This option may be specified more than once, in which case all listed names are used. At installation time, systemctl enable will create symlinks from these names to the unit file name.
If I search with find about dhcp, dhcpcd, or ifup, there is noting in systemd folders (in my archlinux system, I use dhcpcd@.service, but we don’t have it on openSUSE). There is some things in /etc/sysconfig/network.
I’ve experienced the same wireless issues with upgrades from 12.3beta1 to RC1 and further to current update repositories. The issue was fixed by downgrading pulseaudio from 3.0-x to the 12.3beta1 iso version 2.1-7.3-x86_64. My 64it system is basically 12.3beta1 with current updates of kernel and all things “Network” (except pulseaudio) in Yast Install Software. Present wireless card uses ath9k, which works fine. Hope this helps.