Edit Package NetworkManager.import5373

Network Link Manager and User Applications

NetworkManager attempts to keep an active network connection available
at all times. The point of NetworkManager is to make networking
configuration and setup as painless and automatic as possible. If
using DHCP, NetworkManager is intended to replace default routes,
obtain IP addresses from a DHCP server, and change name servers
whenever it sees fit.

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Filename Size Changed
NetworkManager-0.8.2.tar.bz2 0001629296 1.55 MB almost 11 years
NetworkManager-dhcp-hostname-true.patch 0000000599 599 Bytes over 10 years
NetworkManager-frontend.conf 0000001976 1.93 KB over 11 years
NetworkManager-rpmlintrc 0000000039 39 Bytes over 12 years
NetworkManager.changes 0000061491 60 KB almost 10 years
NetworkManager.spec 0000009685 9.46 KB almost 10 years
nfs 0000000597 597 Bytes over 11 years
nm-64bit-timestamp.diff 0000000587 587 Bytes almost 11 years
nm-check-for-shared-wifi-authorization.patch 0000023631 23.1 KB almost 10 years
nm-crash-lack-ipv4.patch 0000001429 1.4 KB over 10 years
nm-destory-crash.patch 0000000770 770 Bytes over 10 years
nm-dismiss-keyfile-spam.patch 0000000827 827 Bytes over 10 years
nm-ignore-temp-files.patch 0000006758 6.6 KB over 10 years
nm-nis-domain.diff 0000000282 282 Bytes almost 11 years
nm-probe-ca-cert.patch 0000023097 22.6 KB about 10 years
nm-settings-subject-match.patch 0000026861 26.2 KB about 10 years
nm-stop-touching-hosts.patch 0000059877 58.5 KB over 10 years
nm-suppress-user-proxy-error-msg.patch 0000001172 1.14 KB over 10 years
nm-system-settings.conf 0000000034 34 Bytes over 13 years
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