Auto/Manual eth1 :- If the connection is has been made automatically or generated through the system settings or/and done manually.Any one connection can only have only of the states not both.If the error you received is not listed here, see the Network and connectivity troubleshooting section of this document.You can check for available updates by clicking the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the Creative Cloud desktop app, and then choosing Check for App Updates from the pop-up menu.The eth1 is just a name to make it easier for the user to know which way he's connected through to the network/Internet.Then there is some distance and information regarding how the actual connection is set up in terms of the IP Address taken/given, the IP Address at which its broadcasting its presence to others , the Subnet Mask used and lastly the DNS address The NM-connections editor is where the user can edit and create the various connection types.Find your error number and its recommended solution in the table below.
well intrepid has gotten better in look and feel but for some reasons, upgrading from a previous version still doesn't work perfectly.
this time, i am completely unable to change my settings in any way that i know of. this is the only issue i have faced within two days of the upgrade... In a terminal type: sudo cp /etc/network/interfaces /etc/network/gksudo gedit /etc/network/interfaces Enter your password and in the file, comment out (put a # in front of) any lines which ARE NOT one of: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto wlan0 auto ath0 Save the file, and either restart the PC or type: sudo /etc/init.d/Network Manager restart Try that and see if you can edit the networks in Network Manager.
the network settings manager gives me the following message:- Updating connection failed: nm-ifupdown-connection.c.82 - connection update not supported (read-only).. I have the same problem but the solution proposed doesn't work.
When I try to change my wired connection I get the same message. My wired connection was with a crossover connection to another computer.
Network Manager aims for Network Connectivity which "Just Works".