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Sign up using Facebook. Until now all the help I got was from askubuntu. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. If it is NetworkManager related. I reainstalled mint after several months using Windows but sadly I'm having the same issue. But the known network connections get connected and work. Len Querido 1 1.

I have never done it, but my understanding is that you can enable the cd as a repository from in the software centre. By clicking "Post Your Answer", you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. How do I re-install Network Manager without an internet connection? I have only wireless connection, one computer with a connection and 4gb usb. If anyone reading this has a wired connection, just run sudo dhclient eth0 or whatever your device is called, see ifconfig -a. Josh Thanks, I was looking for that command, gave up and resorted to re-installing network-manager, then that search led me here.

In case you only removed just Network Manager with the Software Center it is quite easy to reinstall by downloading only 2 packages from another machine connected to the internet: Take care to choose the appropriate architecture amd64 for bit, i for bit , and release version of your installed OS. Download network-manager-gnome package likewise am64 or i This opens the Ubuntu Software Center or Gdebi for reinstallation. After a reboot or just logging out and logging back in the network manager will run and uses your previous settings as before.

Takkat k 35 Use ifconfig -a to identify your wireless card. From hence forward, I will assume it's eth1. You might also need to configure the channel and stuff. David A 96 2 9. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Actually I think the Network Manager is perhaps running in the background because when I run:.

And strangely enough when I run: So I don't quite understand what is going on This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason: Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Actually I think the Network Manager is perhaps running in the background because when I run: Mint isn't supported on askubuntu as it's not a official flavour of Ubuntu.

Your question would be on topic at unix. Mint is still based off Ubuntu, so re-installing a package would be the same for both Ubuntu and Linux Mint. It may or may not be, there are subtle differences that may make instructions that work on official flavours unreliable on Mint.

Description: NetworkManager is a system network service that manages your network devices and connections, attempting to keep active network connectivity when available. Strangely enough, after fixing it with the restart of network-manager and then suspend and wake up it still works. Seems to be just the first boot up where it is a problem. Used to work like a charm in Linux Mint 17! I need some help to re-install the Network Manager. I installed WICD to see if it was a better Network Manager than the regular one, but I didn't like it so I .