Updating connection failed nm ifupdown connection
I cannot even connect through apt -s install ifupdown[...]The following additional packages will be installed: sysvinit-core Suggested packages: rdnssd The following packages will be REMOVED: apper colord k3b k3b-i18n kdeplasma-addons kinfocenter libmuon libpam-systemd libqapt3-runtime muon-discover muon-notifier muon-updater network-manager packagekit packagekit-tools plasma-desktop plasma-netbook plasma-nm plasma-widget-networkmanagement plasma-widgets-addons plasma-workspace policykit-1 polkit-kde-1 polkit-kde-agent-1 qapt-batch software-properties-kde systemd systemd-sysv udisks2The following NEW packages will be installed: sysvinit-core The following packages will be upgraded: ifupdown1 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 29 to remove and 0 not [email protected]:~$ dpkg -l | grep ifupdownii ifupdown 0.7.54 i386 high level tools to configure network [email protected]:~$ dpkg -l | grep sysvinitii sysvinit-utils 2.88dsf-59.2 i386 System-V-like utilities I'm still working fine.
I'm not a frequent visitor to these forums but I'm struck that most of the replies tend to scold for breaking updating protocol rather than suggest a way to salvage the system.
Closes: #809169 [ Guus Sliepen ] * Remove Depends/Replaces/Breaks for ancient packages.
* Move ifupdown related files from the I just had this same issue.
Network Manager is a system service that manages network interfaces and connections based on user or automatic configuration.
It supports Ethernet, Bridge, Bond, VLAN, team, Infini Band, Wi-Fi, mobile broadband (WWAN), PPPo E and other devices, and supports a variety of different VPN services.
So nothingis broken by the ifupdown package, therefore I'm reducing the severity. Admittedly I wasn't paying much mind this morning, before the caffeine kicked in.
If he had upgraded from Jessie after udev 220-7 appeared he would (or should) still have the kernel naming scheme.I am sure that I will be installing ifupdown again and removing the packages I mentioned above as soon as possible.If you want to try and update anyway I guess it would be good to download ifupdown2 first (at least the from packages.debian.org).You can manage it a couple different ways, from config files to a rich command-line client, a curses-like client for non-GUI systems, graphical clients for the major desktop environments, and even web-based management consoles like Cockpit.There’s an old perception that Network Manager is only useful on laptops for controlling Wi-Fi, but nothing could be further from the truth. We recently released Network Manager 1.0 with a whole load of improvements for workstations, servers, containers, and tiny systems from embedded to Raspberry Pi.