*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1676547 ***
Ubuntu 17.10 here, final solution for me was #36.
Not enough with a blank file in /etc/NetworkManager/conf.d/10-globally-
managed-devices.conf and not solved modifying directly on /usr/lib/. I
had to cp the file from /usr/lib to /etc/ and modify "unmanaged-devices"
to none there, as Silje said.
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network-manager does not manage ethernet and bluetooth interfaces when
Ubuntu 16.10 is installed using chroot/netboot method
Status in network-manager package in Ubuntu:
I installed Ubuntu 16.10 using a chroot. I use network-manager to
manage connections. My system is up-to-date (so I use network-manager
Wifi works perfectly but I cannot connect to wired networks and using
my phone's Bluetooth connection. Corresponding devices are said to be
unmanaged by network-manager. nmcli dev outputs:
DEVICE TYPE STATE CONNECTION
enp1s0 ethernet unmanaged --
wlp2s0 wifi disconnected --
6C:9B:02:2C:EE:2C bt unmanaged --
hfp/org/bluez/hci0/dev_6C_9B_02_2C_EE_2C gsm unmanaged --
lo loopback unmanaged --
The following command has no effect:
sudo nmcli dev set enp1s0 managed yes
I can connect to a wired connection by doing:
ifconfig enp1s0 up
There is nothing in the file /etc/network/interfaces.
Everything works perfectly if I downgrade network-manager to this
manager/download). I had to install libreadline6 and downgrade nplan
to meet dependencies.
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