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Re: How to disable dhclient to control the interfaces with NetworkManager?

On Thu, Mar 09, 2017 at 09:26:40AM -0500, Henning Follmann wrote:
> Any interface defined in the /etc/network/interfaces is by default ignored
> by the NetwokManager. 
> So you have to make the decision how to manage your interface. By removing
> it from that file, NetworkManager takes over control again. However by
> default the NetworkManager also connects the interface if it is plugged in.
> It will try to assign the ip address through dhcp. If you do not want that
> you have to define a new profile and assign that to the interface.

That was my understanding of OP's desire: to have NetworkManager handle the
interface, and do what it does.

Jonathan Dowland
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