What is the concept of
renderer in a
netplan configuration file?
What practical difference does it make between choosing a
networkd and a
Can anyone (in the second case) proceed with
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The difference the
renderer makes, is the decision to run either
NetworkManager. This distinction is identified by a file in
networkd is normally used in server installations, where the network environment is fairly static.
NetworkManager is normally used in desktop installations, and was used in all prior versions of Ubuntu.
NetworkManager is easier to use in environments where network requirements change a lot... like in wireless networking. nmcli/nmtui/etc are
/etc/netplan/*.yaml file should look like:
network: version: 2 renderer: NetworkManager
sudo netplan --debug generate
sudo netplan apply