Internet is getting disconnected after every restart/reboot

gnanamsc

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Hello All,
After the machine restart, the internet not getting connected. Rather i have to go the network settings and enable it manually to make it work. can the network be detected automatically once after the restart without logging in. Do we have any settings to do that?.
 

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This is where I get lazy also. install webmin, it is a web based admin. Once installed go into the network hardware and make sure that the network adapter is enabled for boot. That should solve the issue. you can do it with command line and editing but this is easy for us lazy people.
 
This is where I get lazy also. install webmin, it is a web based admin. Once installed go into the network hardware and make sure that the network adapter is enabled for boot. That should solve the issue. you can do it with command line and editing but this is easy for us lazy people.
Ok will install check it. is there any specific webmin to install? can you be more specific?
 
 
Am I the only one here who thinks that Webmin may be overkill to solve this problem?

Among the things that bother me is that after installing and securing Webmin @gnanamsc must now maintain it going forward.

I have installed Webmin on servers before, but usually regretted it soon after. I generally avoid it and use the command line for servers. Webmin adds extra complexity that I generally do not want or need. Just my 2 cents worth.
 
Am I the only one here who thinks that Webmin may be overkill to solve this problem?

Among the things that bother me is that after installing and securing Webmin @gnanamsc must now maintain it going forward.

I have installed Webmin on servers before, but usually regretted it soon after. I generally avoid it and use the command line for servers. Webmin adds extra complexity that I generally do not want or need. Just my 2 cents worth.
that is great for you. many others use webmin and if it solves your problem it is not overkill. It is just a simple way to do things. I often use it because it is faster and easier to guide a person thru that than it is to guide them thru the terminal commands. Or sometimes I just think that the graphical interface is faster and less trouble than command line but that is what linux is about. Do it your way.
 
Ok will install check it. is there any specific webmin to install? can you be more specific?
install the one for your distro. There is only one webmin.
 

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that is great for you. many others use webmin and if it solves your problem it is not overkill. It is just a simple way to do things. I often use it because it is faster and easier to guide a person thru that than it is to guide them thru the terminal commands. Or sometimes I just think that the graphical interface is faster and less trouble than command line but that is what linux is about. Do it your way.
No insult intended. I have no objections to anyone installing Webmin or any other application they want. I was not trying to disparage your idea.

Webmin does many different Linux administration functions. It can be confusing for some people, especially beginners. Furthermore, it requires a web server, which may not be necessary on the desktop machine shown in the images.

I questioned whether installing and configuring Webmin would be the best solution for the OP. Behind that question, I wondered whether Webmin installation and configuration might be a challenge for the OP. (In addition, it is not obvious to me that Webmin will definitely fix the network issue, although I did not say that openly. Let us assume that it will.)

You said that installing and using Webmin is the easiest way to fix the OP's problem. I can see that you like and use Webmin a lot. You and many others use and recommend it.

I question whether it will be so easy for the OP. I had hoped that others would offer alternative suggestions to give the OP some options. That's it. Webmin is on the table now. Let's see if there are any other reasonable suggestions.
 
No insult intended. I have no objections to anyone installing Webmin or any other application they want. I was not trying to disparage your idea.

Webmin does many different Linux administration functions. It can be confusing for some people, especially beginners. Furthermore, it requires a web server, which may not be necessary on the desktop machine shown in the images.

I questioned whether installing and configuring Webmin would be the best solution for the OP. Behind that question, I wondered whether Webmin installation and configuration might be a challenge for the OP. (In addition, it is not obvious to me that Webmin will definitely fix the network issue, although I did not say that openly. Let us assume that it will.)

You said that installing and using Webmin is the easiest way to fix the OP's problem. I can see that you like and use Webmin a lot. You and many others use and recommend it.

I question whether it will be so easy for the OP. I had hoped that others would offer alternative suggestions to give the OP some options. That's it. Webmin is on the table now. Let's see if there are any other reasonable suggestions.
no offense was taken. It installs everything for you. at least on fedora it does. the RPM or DNF will install everything and configure. I have not seen that it takes away from resources noticably. Also found that there really is no configuration to do so default install should do the trick. I am just looking for the easiest way for people. Many do not have technical skills so I am very used to making it easy and dumbing it down. The webmin install is pretty fast and easy unless they are using something unusual for a distro.
 

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