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For anyone reading this and having a similar problem, I just managed to fix this, by simply purging the unity-control-center. This will change the default one to the gnome-control-center. Since the reasons I still use unity weren't really connected to the control center this was imo the most future-proof solution. So a simple sudo apt purge unity-control-...


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I am experiencing the exact same issue. If you don't need to use networkd, I think your issue can be solved by adding this file /etc/netplan/01-network-manager-all.yaml with these contents to your netplan directory. network: version: 2 renderer: NetworkManager After you have added this file make sure there aren't any other files in that directory ...


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