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This is what I have $ cat /usr/lib/NetworkManager/conf.d/10-globally-managed-devices.conf [keyfile] unmanaged-devices=*,except:type:wifi,except:type:gsm,except:type:cdma I have two devices which I am certain they correspond to ProtonVPN, since their modification date are affected by connecting/disconnecting $ cat /run/NetworkManager/devices/19 [device] ...


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No guarantees, but try a variation of this... # drop into /etc/network/interfaces # change eth0 if required # change /path/to/protovpn.ovpn to the correct path and filename auto eth0 iface eth0 dhcp post-up openvpn /path/to/protonvpn.ovpn # change wlpxxxx to the name of your wireless device # change /path/to/protovpn.ovpn to the correct path and ...


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Despite the fact that this tread is some older I still want to make a contribution for help. I ran into the same problem. After installing Nordvpn I couldn't reach my Network mfc (printer/scanner) anymore. Nor could I reach the IP address by ping. My solution was to make use of the Whitelist functionality. (for details see man page Nordvpn application). ...


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I am using a Raspberry PI 4 with Ubuntu Server 20.04 and installed ubuntu desktop. Servers usually use netplan to manage networking. Desktop installs use Network Manager. You have netplan all set up nicely but want Network Manager to work properly. I suggest that you amend your netplan file to: # Let NetworkManager manage all devices on this system network: ...


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See if this makes any difference... Note: Confirm no tabs, just spaces Note: Normal indentation is two spaces network: version: 2 renderer: networkd ethernets: eth0: dhcp4: true optional: true wifis: wlan0: addresses: [192.168.1.12/24] gateway4: 192.168.1.1 ...


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I'm having the same problem and it seems like a known bug. link 1 link 2 link 3 The problem is that the network manager stores the 2FA code into the password field. there are workaround out there, but they are not nice ones: Openvpn via network-manager using 2fA overwrites saved password I prefer not to block the login.keyring just for that How to smoothly ...


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Edit /etc/netplan/01-network-manager-all.yaml to look like this: # Let NetworkManager manage all devices on this system network: version: 2 renderer: NetworkManager sudo netplan generate sudo netplan apply Bring up the Network settings panel. Click on the cogwheel icons for netplan-enp3s0, and then Wired Connection 1, and click the Remove Connection ...


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