this time, i am completely unable to change my settings in any way that i know of. this is the only issue i have faced within two days of the upgrade... In a terminal type: sudo cp /etc/network/interfaces /etc/network/gksudo gedit /etc/network/interfaces Enter your password and in the file, comment out (put a # in front of) any lines which ARE NOT one of: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto wlan0 auto ath0 Save the file, and either restart the PC or type: sudo /etc/init.d/Network Manager restart Try that and see if you can edit the networks in Network Manager.
the network settings manager gives me the following message:- Updating connection failed: nm-ifupdown-connection.c.82 - connection update not supported (read-only).. I have the same problem but the solution proposed doesn't work.
The user should, most times, not even notice that their connection has been managed for them; they should simply see uninterrupted network connectivity. Now the new Network Manager auto creates connections on a best effort base, but if those connections do not match your need (e.g.
no DHCP), then you need to use the connection editor to configure things c.
Any one connection can only have only of the states not both.
Use the chart below to troubleshoot errors that occur when you try to update your apps.
If you have prerelease versions of Creative Cloud or Creative Suite apps on your computer, they could be causing a conflict with new installations.
Any way there are two solutions one uses the command line and the second one the GUI.
First solution is to get down and dirty with the command line, it takes less than 2 minutes.