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Release of NetworkManager 1.8

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  • NetworkManager 1.8 Released

    NetworkManager 1.8 is now available as the latest version of this widely-used network management component to Linux systems.

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    NetworkManager, the open-source network management tool used by default in numerous GNU/Linux distributions for allowing users to connection to various wired, wireless or mobile network connections, was updated to version 1.8.0.

    NetworkManager 1.8 is a major release that introduces numerous improvements and new features over the NetworkManager 1.6 series. Prominent ones include more flexible configurations for hostname management, as well as support for more route options like mtu, lock-mtu, initrwnd, lock-initrwnd, cwnd, lock-cwnd, tos, window, lock-window, pref-src, src, initcwnd, and lock-initcwnd.


  • NetworkManager 1.8: What’s new

    Three and a half months (and some 700+ commits) after NetworkManager 1.6, we’re pleased to announce NetworkManager 1.8 is ready. This release is generally focused on fixing bugs and addressing usability annoyances, yet it delivers some new features as well. Let’s have a look!

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