I have a machine that has a wired connection and a wifi card, running
Ubuntu 14.04 64 bit. I'd rather leave wifi unconnected all the time, but have the option of turning it back on whenever I want, which means leaving the network password saved, but disabling wifi. At the moment, I can go to the network menu in the dock and uncheck
The problem is that after restarting, and sometimes just after the computer has been on for a while, that option simply re-enables itself and I get a wifi connection message.
- How do I get that option to persist?
- Why does it switch back to its default all the time?
I did have a script that force restarted networking on wake to get rid of another issue. I've commented that out so it doesn't do anything anymore, but still the issue persists.