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If you choose to only enable your user to use that wifi network, then the wifi password is stored in the gnome keyring of your current user. If you let every one use that wifi connection, the password is stored in the file you mentionned. You can also manually change where that password is stored in network manager settings for that wifi network, security ...


The password files are saved in this folder : (in case the password is stored for all users) /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections Execute this command to show all information : sudo cat /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/YOUR-SSID When the password is stored for only one user, it is saved in gnome-keyring.


Your WiFi is disabled in hardware: on Page 2-4 of the manual of your computer: press the Fn+F12 to turn the WiFi on or off. If that fails, maybe the BIOS setting is set to not use the Fn key. In that case: press F12 all on its own. LQ queue reviewers: That's it! :-/


The Resources tab of the System Monitor (gnome-system-monitor) has a section for network usage: System Monitor is installed by default.


If you want to add a route to Ubuntu that persists reboot and does not use the default interface as the gateway then you may want to add a route statement to the NetworkManager configuration file for the specific interface. Add a route to the /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/"connection name" configuration file by adding the route statement to the ...


I get the same on Kubuntu 15.10. In addition if I try to modify the connection using network manager 'Connection Editor', 'Connection Editor' simply closes as soon as I click 'Edit'. Using the gtk-based 'nm-applet' works without any issue. This is def a kde network manager issue.


Google saves the day again! When you installed pppoeconf, it became the manager for your ethernet connection. To give control back to the Network Manager, run sudo gedit /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf and change the line "managed=false" to "managed=true" After saving the file, run sudo service network-manager restart Source: network manager ...

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