Description of Problem: If I forget to start my modem before boot, it won't be
accessible from Linux, and so it has to be installed manually. In Windows, the
modem can be started even after boot, and it will be properly installed. Would
it be possible to have a UI for initiating the eth0 interface, instead of having
to use command line? Or could it even be done automatically, like in Windows?
I didn't know that this could be done with neat. I noticed that now. Is this a
Yeah, probably. Closing as resolved with current-in-rawhide redhat-config-network.