Description of problem:
When the computer is waken up after it has been suspended the network is not
started properly. (a wired network with fixed IP-address is used).
i have to manually restart the network issuing the following as root:
service network restart.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Fedora 9. fully updated as per this bug report.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. start the computer, log in to KDE (or gnome)
2. suspend the computer.
3. start up from suspend.
4. observe that the network is not available.
network should be available
i do not know if kdenetworkmanager is the correct component to report this
No knetworkmanger in F9, reassigning to NetworkManger.
What kernel version are you using? This issue is usually highly driver dependent and gets better with updates. Try updating your kernel to the latest F9 kernel (184.108.40.206) and see if that helps the issue. Also, what NetworkManager version do you have installed?
This bug has been triaged.
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