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Here is a how-to for Fedora Linux 25! Category: linux sysadmin Tags: cockpit, fedora, security, two-factor, two-factor auth How to Enable IOMMU Support in Fedora Linux. Network Manager on Linux has a command line interface which can do everything and more than the gui version. Here is how to import an openvpn config from the command line! Fedora 22 OpenVPN Setup Tutorial | StrongVPN To get the Network-Manager log use these commands: Enter "su" to get the root privileges, provide the root password after that. $ su Next command will create the file "network-manager.log" in your current directory. # journalctl -u NetworkManager > network-manager.log You can output this log on your screen using next command. # cat network Restart Network Interface Using Command Lines in Linux - CCM

Chapter 6. NetworkManager

Apr 05, 2019 How to reinstall network manager without internet access Hope this is helpful for you as it was for me step 1 - get the correct networ-manager deb file from packages website (mine was network-manager_1.2.2-OubuntuO,16.04.4_i386.deb) move it to you ubuntu computer - double click it and install step 2 update and (re)install network manager via command line/terminal, and get missing parts, problems and nmcli: NetworkManager Reference Manual

How to Set the Static IP Address Using CLI in Fedora

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