[CALUG] Booting back to Linux
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Thu Nov 22 14:39:13 EST 2012
I am using ethernet, it is a desktop PC. I have not tried cold reboot,
might have to test it out.
I am using Network Manager as it is default for KDE. I know it is not
required, but I just went with it.
I have looked at the logs on the router, there is nothing that suggests any
error of any sort.
When I reboot Linux from Linux, I have no issues. Previously, I used to
have Windows 7 (which I upgraded to Windows 8), that too did not have any
Whatever this issue is, has started only after I got Windows 8 fully
Rajiv G Gunja
On Wed, Nov 21, 2012 at 8:16 AM, James Ewing Cottrell III <
JECottrell3 at comcast.net> wrote:
> Well, that just goes to show that Windows is Superior, now, doesn't it?
> But seriously, there is a difference between a Cold Reboot (from Power
> Off) and a Warm Reboot (a Restart).
> You didn't say whether you had an Ethernet or a WiFi connection, or what
> the card is. And for a PC, I see no reason to use Network Manager.
> Either Disable or Remove it.
> Also type into google something like
> linux mint maya network restart problem
> and see what you get. Also...what happens if you reboot from Linux back
> into Linux again?
> On 11/6/2012 9:01 AM, Rajiv Gunja wrote:
> > All,
> > On my PC, I have 3 HDD. 2 for Linux and 1 for Windows 8. (upgraded
> > recently from Windows 7).
> > Every time I boot back into Linux (Linux Mint 13 Maya - KDE 4.9.2),
> > after being up on Windows 8 for a few hours, I am unable to connect to
> > the network. I have to unplug my router and power it back again and then
> > NetworkManager will connect to it.
> > When I boot into Windows 8, there is no such error.
> > Granted that I do not boot into Windows 8 that often, but the times I
> > do, I have to restart the router and that disconnects me from my
> > VPN(Office).
> > Can anyone suggest where I can start to debug this issue?
> > Thanks
> > -GG
> > --
> > Rajiv G Gunja
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