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Re: Request for review: NetworkManager-vpnc



On Sat, 2005-06-18 at 14:22 +1000, Mike MacCana wrote:
> Why do we bother shipping s-c-n if the config files it's saving are 
> considered 'legacy'?
> Or are you saying those files will become legacy in a future version?

Legacy is the wrong word here, sorry. Right now NetworkManager doesn't
do half the things the networking scripts do.

> What files does networkmanager use? How can I configure and start/ stop 
> a connection using networkmanager on the command line? The website at 
> (http://people.redhat.com/dcbw/NetworkManager) doesn't have any user 
> documentation whatsoever.

NM isn't really a program that relies on users editing configuration
files (since, uhm, many users can't figure that out). There was an
article in Red Hat Magazine some time ago

 http://www.redhat.com/magazine/003jan05/features/networkmanager/

that might help explain what it does.

    David



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