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bug#34991: network manager error with wireless card when wired card conn
bug#34991: network manager error with wireless card when wired card connected
Tue, 09 Apr 2019 17:09:32 -0700
El 2019-04-04 17:35, Quiliro Ordonez escribió:
> El 2019-04-04 07:57, Ludovic Courtès escribió:
>> Quiliro Ordonez <address@hidden> skribis:
>>> El 2019-04-03 21:31, Ludovic Courtès escribió:
>>>> Hi Quiliro,
>>>> Quiliro Ordonez <address@hidden> skribis:
>>>>> When i install my PCI wireless card and my ethernet card is plugged to
>>>>> its cable, network manager fails to start because of an error starting
>>>> Could you provide the actual error messages that you see? You can
>>>> hopefully get them from /var/log/messages.
>>>> Without that information there’s nothing we can do about the issue.
>>> I cannot see anything else on the log. I attach the respective file.
>>> Also, i tryed restarting the networking service:
>>> ~$ sudo herd restart networking
>>> Service networking is not running.
>>> Service wpa-supplicant could not be started.
>>> Service networking depends on wpa-supplicant.
>>> Service networking could not be started.
>> Indeed, the log is unhelpful. When you run this command, is there
>> anything that gets printed on the console? (You can hit ctrl-alt-f1 and
>> then run ’sudo herd start wpa-supplicant’ from there.)
> Right now the networking service has started normally. This error
> starting networking service is a situation that is present sometimes on
> boot and others it is not. When it is present, I run:
> sudo iwconfig wlp2s1 essid QO
> sudo dhclient wlp2s1 -v
> After that, can connect to the network. I can also make the test you
> ask. I did it before. I do not remember exactly the error message when
> sudo herd restart wpa-supplicant
> But I do remember that there was no information that told baout the
> problem except that it was unable to start it. The log which I sont on
> the previous message said that it could not start wpa-supplicant because
> it depended on dbus-system. But I when I restarted that service, the
> machine became unusable; probably because the login manager stopped
> working and I had to restart the machine.
I have no problem since the message above. Posibly because a new Guix
commit fixed it after which I pulled and reconfigured.