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Jan 2019
Andrei Gherzan
@agherzan
Jan 17 01:43
@jostor it's easier with NM or connman.
If you install nm, use nmcli to connect to networks and check connectivity.
jostor
@jostor
Jan 17 09:52
@agherzan Thanks! I will look at them. Do you prefer one of them over the other? From the little I have read about them until now, it looks like connman is more lightweight while NM has more features.
When it comes to my other question, I think I figured out. I found this : "Note that normally, if no service requires it, and if no remote mount point is configured this target is not pulled into the boot"
I guess that explains the behavior. I also see that when I create a service with Wants=network-online.target, network-online.target is active after boot. So I guess this is exactly how it is meant to be.