Hallo,

nachdem ich mich nach langer Wartezeit durchgerungen habe, von 13.1 auf 13.2 zu dup’n, hat es mit den üblichen Reiberein mit NVidea und FritzAVM BIS auf mein DSL Dialup auch geklappt.

Ich habe bei der 13.1 nachts, wenn es niemanden störte, einen DSL disconnect mit ifdown dsl0 und anschließendem ifup dsl0 durchgeführt und so die 24-Stunden-Zwangstrennung auf einem mir genehmen Zeitpunkt gelegt.

Ich habe die Linux-Kiste, da hängt an eth0 direkt ein DSL-Model dran, die "Einwahl" erfolgt über die Linux mit den üblichen Prozessen. Das hat auch (seit langer Zeit, schon vor der 13.1) super funktioniert. Nur jetzt nicht mehr (so).

Wenn ich nun z.B. das Interface ppp0 mit wicked

Code:

bhaal:/usr/local/sbin # wicked ifdown ppp0
wicked: ifdown: no matching interfaces


zurücksetzen will, geht das nicht.

Führe ich das jedoch mit eth0 durch, geht es, das Interface ist down, jedoch ist die Internet-Verbindung immer noch da. Mit

Code:

wicked ifup eth0


bekomme ich das interface dann wieder "hoch", die DSL-Verbindung ist weiterhin vorhanden.

Nun habe ich auch die Herausforderung, nach einem Verbindungsende automatisiert die Verbindung wieder aufzu bauen. Was dann über KDE mit einem Klick beim NetworkManager sofort geht (Klick auf "connect" bei meinem eingestellten DSL Provider), möchte ich auch per Kommandozeile auslösen können.

Ich stelle mir die Frage, wie? Irgendwie scheint mir da momentan der zündende Funke zu fehlen, wie ich das konstruieren kann. Und hier benötige ich Euren Rat/Eure Tipps.

wicked show all bringt

Code:

bhaal:/usr/local/sbin # wicked show all
lo              up
      link:    #1, state up
      type:    loopback
      config:  compat:/etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-lo
      leases:  ipv4 static granted
      leases:  ipv6 static granted
      addr:    ipv4 127.0.0.1/8 [static]
      addr:    ipv6 ::1/128 [static]

eth0            up
      link:    #2, state up, mtu 1500
      type:    ethernet, hwaddr 1c:af:f7:7d:7b:2c
      config:  compat:/etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-eth0

eth1            up
      link:    #3, state up, mtu 1500
      type:    ethernet, hwaddr 20:cf:30:75:a3:39
      config:  compat:/etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-eth1
      leases:  ipv4 static granted
      addr:    ipv4 192.168.2.1/24 [static]

ppp0            device-unconfigured
      link:    #36, state up, mtu 1492
      type:    unknown
      addr:    ipv4 89.182.215.103/32


Spannend für mich, type ist unknown, aber das ist vermutlich erstmal nebensächlich weil er das vielleicht gar nicht feststellen kann.

Jedenfalls such ich dringlich eine shell-Kommando-Möglichkeit, um nach einem Verbindungsabbruch (den ich detektiere) automatisiert "den NetworkManager Connect Click" machen kann (aber ohne KDE oder so fernzubedienen, um das klar zu stellen).

Vielen Dank für Eure Hilfe!

Florian

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Have been using Linux for several years, but only lightly. Am familiar with basic terms and have done some fixing of things over the years (THANK YOU to helpers in these forums!) but am *not* an expert by any means.

Installed new 13.2 which gave me btrfs for root partition and xfs for home partition, and have seen cautions about the btrfs that got installed (considering re-installing with something more cautious, which is no problem because it’s still new and empty), but it’s all just academic right now because I can’t boot to it anyway.

A bit of background (as *brief* as possible); machine has some unused partitions at beginning of disk and then has an extended partition as /dev/sda4, and within that, logicals as follows: /dev/sda5 is everyone’s swap, /dev/sda6 is my old, current (12.3) SuSE (with the grub (*not* grub2) boot loader that I start up with (that is in my MBR) having always been configured from yast in this partition), and finally I have a Ubuntu (14.04) in my /dev/sda7. The Ubuntu has its own grub (again not grub2) boot loader within its own partition, and the initial MBR grub menu transfers to that grub menu with a menu section. This all works fine and has worked for a few years.

Then I wanted to install new 13.2, and keep my old SuSE until I copied the good documents, etc., out of it, so I did the 13.2 install, which gave me a root partition (btrfs) as /dev/sda8 and a home partition (xfs) as /dev/sda9. I told the install to put its (it looks like a grub2) loader into the /dev/sda8 root partition because I didn’t want to mess with what already worked in my MBR (and using the two-step, two-menu boot has always worked with my Ubuntu). I’ve mounted the /dev/sda8 partition and looked in it, and there is a /boot/grub2/grub.cfg in there.

I have *not* been able to put an entry into my initial MBR grub menu to transfer me to the new SuSE’s menu. I have tried a menu section with /dev/sda8 as root partition and the path as (hd0,7)/boot/grub2/grub.cfg, and I get:

root (hd0,7) filesystem type unknown, partition type 0x83
configfile (hd0,7)/boot/grub2/grub.cfg
Error 17: Cannot mount selected partition

Is there a way to be able to get from boot up to my new SuSE partition?
(Could I boot to it from the install disk?)
Ideas? Thanks in advance!

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After enjoying openSUSE 13.2 (32-bit) on my laptop with no issues I decided to install the 64-bit version of openSUSE 13.2 on my main PC along with Windows 10 (it has a 64-bit CPU where my laptop does not. I also previously dual-booted Windows 10 and Debian and before that Windows 10 and Lubuntu). So far it has been working fine except 1. NetworkManager does not start on boot (running service NetworkManager start in terminal will start it up though) and 2. Once I get it started and attempt to connect, the KDE 4 menu for NetworkManager on the taskbar tells me its connected and working fine, however loading a website in Firefox will not work, openSUSE will not find updates (saying Could not resolve host: download.opensuse.org) and pinging a website in terminal (i.e. www.google.com) will say ping: unknown host www.google.com. To make sure this is not an issue with my network I tested all of this on my laptop and it worked fine (I also wrote and posted this on my laptop). Anybody have any ideas? Thanks!

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