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Josh Thanks, I was looking for that command, gave up and resorted to re-installing network-manager, then that search led me here. You aren't really clear as to what you've done, with what privileges root? But the known network connections get connected and work. Your question would be on topic at unix. A short explanation would be nice, also for others: This only happens at home.


But the known network connections get connected and work. After sudo service network-manager restart it works like a charm and the available access points are visible in network-manager applet. Strangely enough, after fixing it with the restart of network-manager and then suspend and wake up it still works. Seems to be just the first boot up where it is a problem. On the nm bugzilla they mention this important commit. Update applet at least to 1. By clicking "Post Your Answer", you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

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Tim 1 8 You will have to do this by hand because the installer does the Network Conf. Anyhow, try re moving: If you played with ifconfig and other tools, take a look at: JoshP 2, 2 17 Lorenzo Von Matterhorn 2, 1 14 Not sure if this will help, because i did it under root. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.

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Description: NetworkManager is a system network service that manages your network devices and connections, attempting to keep active network connectivity when available. Strangely enough, after fixing it with the restart of network-manager and then suspend and wake up it still works. Seems to be just the first boot up where it is a problem. Used to work like a charm in Linux Mint 17! I need some help to re-install the Network Manager. I installed WICD to see if it was a better Network Manager than the regular one, but I didn't like it so I .