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Re: Still unable to restart networking on Debian 9 text mode only




If i am phisically logged the behavior are like to be the same.
Em sex, 23 de nov de 2018 às 11:09, Luciano Andress Martini
<analistaunix@xxxxxxxxx> escreveu:
>
> Thank you Greg i would not like to use NetworkManager, i just tried it
> because all the other ways that i tried did not worked in new Debian
> Versions, after a fresh install so i am searching for a correct way of
> doing things.. (i read documentation, but maybe i am missing
> something)
>
> ifdown and ifup work partially instead of changing the ip, and it is
> adding a new ip to the interface.
>
> service networking restart - just brokes the network connection.
> Em sex, 23 de nov de 2018 às 11:02, Greg Wooledge
> <wooledg@xxxxxxxxxxx> escreveu:
> >
> > On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 10:31:28AM -0200, Luciano Andress Martini wrote:
> > > Then I edited /etc/network/interfaces and restart the system, to see
> > > if the ip was changed. And yes, it worked. So this file is still being
> > > used in some way - humm that seems to be the correct place to
> > > configure my interface isn't?
> >
> > /etc/network/interfaces is the primary, supported means of configuring
> > network interfaces in Debian.  It's the best choice for standard server
> > and workstation setups.
> >
> > Network-Manager may also be installed (it's optional).  As you've already
> > seen, it is installed when choosing a "desktop environment" during the
> > Debian installation, and skipped if no DE is chosen.  N-M is apparently
> > the tool of choice for configuring wireless interfaces on laptops.
> >
> > Interfaces that are configured in /e/n/i are skipped by N-M.  Thus,
> > you could think of it as "/e/n/i has priority, and N-M gets whatever
> > /e/n/i didn't get".
> >
> > Then there's some bizarre systemd network interface thing.  It's not
> > used by default in Debian.  I can't imagine anyone ever using it.
> > You can simply ignore it.
> >
>
>
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> Luciano Andress Martini - Analista UNIX



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