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I tried to upgrade Ubuntu from Hardy to Intrepid last night, and seem to have killed it. I can boot into "recovery mode" and the root shell, but it freezes when it tries to start the Gnome environment etc. In this recovery mode it doesn't seem to be on the network (ie. ifconfig shows the lo bit but not the eth0 bit) And I can't ping or ssh to it. How to configure networking with Netplan on Ubuntu Jun 03, 2019 How to Restart Networking in Debian Linux – Linux Hint

On recent Linux distributions such as Debian 9 Stretch, networking can be managed by the Network Manager. It makes configuring a network really easy. Network Manager has command line utilities for network configuration. If you have minimal server version of Debian 9 Stretch installed, you may not have Network Manager installed.

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How to Install Tor on Ubuntu. Follow these steps to install Tor on Ubuntu: 1. Adding Source Entries. First find out which version of Ubuntu you are using. Then choose that version from the following list and add the following lines to the file /etc/apt/sources.list using …

Oct 24, 2019 Ubuntu Network Manager: Enabling and disabling An Alternative to Ubuntu network manager is systemd-networkd, which is the default backend service in Ubuntu server 18.04. So if you want to disable the NetworkManager, then the networkd service should be enabled, while it is better to disable networkd service when network manager is running. Wi-Fi Not Working on Ubuntu? Here's How to Fix it - Make