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[Bug 1242679] Re: network manager unconfigured after wake from suspend


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  network manager unconfigured after wake from suspend

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Bug description:
  I started a thread on this bug

  After I upgraded to 13.10 when the desktop suspends and then wakes the networks are unconfigured.
  The led lights come on on the builtin nic card, but no networking, the empty triangle shows.

  run this command  sudo nmcli nm sleep false
  I get a message that says network now offline.

  Then you click the network icon and you see all the network cards
  Then tell it to enable networking, by selecting 'Auto Ethernet'
  And it comes back working as it should.

  So is the network-manager not awakening from sleep?

  The nics are intel and the drivers are e100 and e1000

  scott875@scott875-desktop:~$ apt-cache policy network-manager
    Version table:
   *** 0
          500 http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
          100 /var/lib/dpkg/status

  scott875@scott875-desktop:~$ lsb_release -rd
  Description:	Ubuntu 13.10
  Release:	13.10

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