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Using nm-tool in Ubuntu

Posted on 2014-03-14
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I am trying to use nm-tool in Ubuntu, but I keep getting errors shown in the screenshot:

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Sounds like there is something not right with your NIC, do you have an ip adress and internet access?
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apparently I can ping Google

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Ok, what does:

sudo service network-manager restart

do?
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Thanks it looks like it is working now after restarting the service:
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Thank you
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