I am using Linux Mint 13. It is based on Ubuntu, so I think I can ask here.
I had problem with wireless network after upgrading the OS, and figured out that
NetworkManager is not starting automatically on boot. Currently, I can have wireless access provided that I manually type
but I want this to happen automatically, and also the booting of the OS is slow due to this. On boot, It displays a message saying something like "booting without full network", and that is taking more time than usual.
How can I make that command run automatically at boot?