Package: network-manager / 1.18.0-3
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|Force online state with unmanaged devices.patch | (download)||
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force online state with unmanaged devices If we have unmanaged devices in /e/n/i, monitor the ifupdown state file and in case we find active interfaces besides lo, forcefully set the online state to CONNECTED. Bug-Debian: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=512286
|Don t setup Sleep Monitor if not booted with systemd.patch | (download)||
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don't setup sleep monitor if not booted with systemd NetworkManager uses systemd for suspend/resume support. It listens for the PrepareForSleep and Resume D-Bus signal sent by logind/systemd and deactivates the interfaces on sleep and reactivates them on resume. With a standalone logind we don't get a Resume signal and NetworkManager remains in sleep mode where the devices are unmanaged. As a workaround, skip the Sleep Monitor setup if not booted with systemd. Closes: #742933