Networking :: Re-enable Network Access By Restarting NetworkManager?

Jun 12, 2009

Ubuntu desktop 9.04 Whenever I try to copy files to any machine on the network, the transfer stops and I no longer have access to the network or the internet. This happens whether I'm doing scp, copy with the gui, when copying to windows machines, and when uploading database files with phpmyadmin. I have been able to successfully transfer large amounts of data outside of the network via ftp, but not to any on the network. I've discovered that I can re-enable network access by restarting NetworkManager.

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[code]....

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On restarting networking service, i am getting the following error,

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I use red hat linux. When I start up network service. I get below error in eth2
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Shutting down loopback interface: [OK]
Bringing up loopback interface: [OK]
Bringing up interface eth2: RTNETLINK answers: File exists
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I paste the ifcfg-eth2 in here
[root@vls network-scripts]# cat ifcfg-eth2
# Intel Corporation 82572EI Gigabit Ethernet Controller (Copper)
DEVICE=eth2
BOOTPROTO=none
BROADCAST=10.1.255.255
HWADDR=00:80:82:8F:B4:A2
IPADDR=10.1.1.82
NETMASK=255.255.0.0
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ONBOOT=yes
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PEERDNS=yes
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I've just switched from xub to lub, and I must say it's a lot lot faster. There's just one really annoying problem (I have no idea if this is in any way related to LXDE or if it's just due to 10.04): Network Manager only starts about a minute after the rest of the desktop. So my system boots up, I log in, see the applet, but it is greyed out (it tells me "Network Manager is disabled" or something similar). After a minute (approx), it suddenly comes to life and connects me. Now, I think this only happens when I have:

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B) given an empty password for the keyring

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A USB wireless dongle. Linksys, I believe. (Recognized as wlan0)

Both of these were working fine under FC8.

I recently performed a full reinstall, using Fedora 12.

Both network devices are recognized. I can configure them, using the Network Devices GUI that comes with KDE.

In the case of the wireless device, I entered all of the required information. (Copied in from the FC8 settings.)

Here's the problem. Whether I'm the root user or not, the "Enable" button is grayed out.

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