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You should first ensure that the /etc/network/interfaces file contains at least the loopback interface configuration: auto lo iface lo inet loopback Next, if you have any auto stanzas and the interfaces might not be available at boot, you can replace auto with allow-hotplug to prevent upstart from waiting for them to be brought up (i.e. replace auto eth0 ...
It's late to answer, but I found a solution... Create a folder in your home directory called .OpenVPN (with the dot in front of it so it is hidden) then open that folder and create one called FrootVPN (no dot needed). This makes management of different VPN providers easier. Copy/Paste froot.ovpn to the /home/YOU/.OpenVPN/FrootVPN folder. Open the ...
Laptop ethernet? Your graphical boot animation/logger (Plymouth) is waiting for your hardline net connections so you can mount any network file systems. To remedy your problem, you can keep either change the timeout for Plymouth, or you can specifiy your ethernet adapter to not be configured by NetworkManager -- try appending 'auto eth0 inet dhcp' to your ...
The proprietary driver wl is generally not the preferred driver for your 14e4:4727 device. Let's remove it: sudo apt-get purge bcmwl-kernel-source And now we load the preferred driver: sudo modprobe brcmsmac It may take a reboot. Is there any improvement?
The solution is to remove the non-default lines in the network device configuration in /etc/network.
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