On 8/14/23 18:54, Alex wrote:
I've just installed fedora38 over my previous fedora install but didn't
save my network config that included a bridge to allow for local IPs for
my virtual machines. Is there a network tool that I can use to create a
bridge so I can then use the bridge option with virt-manager to assign
IPs to my Win10 virtual machine?
I'm used to doing the old-school network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 stuff by
hand, but realize that doesn't exist anymore.
Perhaps someone has a basic /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections
bridge config they could paste here to get me started or the proper
nmcli commands I need?
Install "nm-connection-editor". For some reason it doesn't have a
desktop file, so you have to start it from a terminal.
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