Dan Williams dcbw at
Thu Feb 17 12:33:56 UTC 2005

On Thu, 17 Feb 2005, Patricio Bruna V wrote:
> El jue, 17-02-2005 a las 08:54 +0100, Arnaud Abélard escribió:
> >Patricio Bruna V wrote:
> >> i just install NetworkManager and NetworkManager-gnome
> >> but i can't find the applet that supose to allow me change networks.
> >
> >Be sure the NetworkManager service is running (service NetworkManager 
> >status) then run NetworkManagerInfo, you should see a little icon 
> >appearing in Gnome's notification area.
> >I've been playing with the applet for a little while now and it's work 
> >fairly well.. but i have a _BIG_ problem with NetworkManager: My laptop 
> >uses DHCP and NetworkManager will keep wiping my /etc/resolv.conf again 
> >and again.. very very annoying.
> >
> >If anyone knows how to tell NetworkManager to leave my resolv.conf or at 
> >least to fill it with the servers sent by the DHCP server....
> >
> >
> I can't see the icon you mentiont, and i have the same problem that you
> with /etc/resolv.conf

Can you guys post the output of the "Server replied with <x> DHCP options:" part 
of /var/log/messages?


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