> Hello,
> I need to add some static routes since I'm using a network with different
> GWs. For that reason I've tried to add some static routes through the
> NetworkManager which maps all the configuration into a file called
> qubes-uplink-eth0 . Strangely and since this file is within the private
> disk image, one would expect that the changes are be preserved after a
> reboot, unfortunately this has not been the case. Everytime there's a
> reboot the file gets overwritten somehow.
> Does anyone know if there's a way to preserve static routes on Qubes or is
> this simply a limitation?

That seems quite odd.

Is the symlink for /etc/NetworKManager/system-connections ->
/rw/config/NM-system-connections in place?

Is /rw/config/NM-system-connections indeed a valid directory, writable by
root, etc.?  Is /rw properly mounted to /dev/xvdb?  If you go into
/etc/system do you see a file for each network adapter (i.e. "Wired
Connection 1")?  Is that file rw by root only?  When you modify settings
in the network-manager taskbar icon, does the network's config file change
accordingly?  (It's text-based, easy to view.)

I use a couple of different static network configurations through
NetworkManager, and they stick around just fine.  What template are you


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