On Wed, 2011-06-08 at 11:36 -0400, Brian Johnson wrote:
> BTW, happy Wold IPv6 Day all!
> So, interesting thing happened to me when I opened my F15 laptop this
> I've been running F15 with no problems since ~May 24 (though going
> back and forth between XFCE and G3, but I digress). No problems ==
> happy network. It was a clean install from a LiveCD.
> Took the laptop with me to the in-law's house over Memorial Day
> weekend, had no issues through the day I left on May 30. Used it at
> least once since then on June 01, since there are entries in yum.log
> indicating there were yum installs (fonts, mostly, as I was trying
> something with wine) done then.
> Don't remember when I last brought it up, though, but fired it up this
> morning in a meeting, using Gnome 3. Looked at my networking
> notification which was grayed out and had a red x on it. When it
> finished loading everything the notification went completely away. I
> went into network settings and when I got there, I saw only an option
> for 'network proxy' (no wired or wireless that was there before) and a
> pop-up that says 'The system network services are not compatible with
> this version'.
> Doing a Google(tm) search for the phrase appears to bring up issues
> people had when doing a pre-upgrade from F14 -> F15, which I didn't
> do. Fedora bug 678553
> (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=678553) seems to, again,
> deal with an upgrade from F14 -> F15, but at the end of the ticket it
> suggested thsese steps:
> Step by Step :
> 1. backup your /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-Auto_* to
> 2. The run this in terminal, be a root :
> $ fixfiles relabel; fixfiles onboot; mv
> /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-Auto* <somebackuplocation>
> for more complete tutorial >
> http://juranktech.com/2011/05/31/solve-network-connection-afer-update-daily-fedora-15/ >
> I tried those steps, but it didn't seem to resolve the issues....
> Anyone else experience similar issues?