Originally Posted by SiliconSlick
Run system-config-network (System->Administration->Network) and configure an interface to activate on boot. Then:
service network on
service NetworkManager off
NetworkManager won't start the net until someone logs in so the point here is to not use it.
I cant find the "Network" under System>Administration. Only find Network Connection under Preferences.
i ran the command system-config-network and it open a "text" window to configure. I selected "Device Configuration" and the next screen (Select A Device) is blank. So i cant really change it.
I ran chkconfig and turn the network service on for levels 2345. Does this do the same thing?
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I was able to install the GUI program for the Network and did see the option to enable it when the computer start. There is also an option to allow NetworkManager to control, should i allow this?