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On 12/12/2008 09:18 AM, Matthew Gillen wrote:
> I use it on all my systems nowadays.  It used to have issues with stati=
> IPs, but that seems better now.
> One of the reasons I'd recommend it is the ifplug functionality: if you=
> unplug the cable, it "does the right thing" by bringing the interface d=
> (so network operations return failure immediately instead of timing out=
> etc).  Likewise when you plug it back in, it will immediately=20
> reactivate/renew-DHCP.
>  =20
What about static IPs. I use a static IP so I can allow for ssh=20
connections. This is the main reason I disabled Network Manager. I=20
certainly use it on my laptop, and it has worked very well.

Jerry Feldman <gaf-mNDKBlG2WHs at>
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