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SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) Network Guide
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2.0 Managing Network Connections with NetworkManager

If you want to enable or disable NetworkManager during the installation, click Enable NetworkManager or Disable NetworkManager in Network Mode of the Network Configuration screen. To enable or disable NetworkManager on an already installed system, follow these steps:

  1. Open YaST.

  2. Choose Network Devices Network Card .

  3. On the first screen, set the Network Setup Method option to User Controlled with NetworkManager to use NetworkManager. To disable NetworkManager, set the Network Setup Method option to Traditional Method with ifup.

After choosing the method, you can set up your network card using either automatic configuration via DHCP or a static IP address. If you want to use a dial-up connection, configure your modem in Network Devices Modem . To configure an internal or USB ISDN modem, select Network Devices ISDN . To configure an internal or USB DSL modem, select Network Devices DSL .

Configure supported wireless cards directly in NetworkManager.

SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop (SLED 10) Network Guide
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