after doing so i disabled/enabled systemd-networkd.service and now the Connection settings under Network on System settings won’t add a new connection, the add button works fine but after clicking on save it just doesn’t add anything to it.
also there is no tray icon for connections.
is this a side affect / bug for disabling/reenabling systemd-networkd.service*? or is it because of the file i added to /etc/systemd/network/?
i wanted to configure a static ip by using the Connection settings but i couldn’t figure it out how to do it.
btw my connection is working but i would like to restore the tray icon and make the connections editor work properly.
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Also, please copy-paste that output in-between 3 backticks ``` at the beginning and end of the code/text.
nmcli is the CLI tool of choice to set fixed IP addresses…