Tuesday, 26 February 2013

How to restart Network Service in openSUSE, GNOME Systemd version

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 This is a Systemd version of earlier article How To Restart Network service in openSUSE, GNOME. The below methods have been tested and they work on openSUSE 12.2, GNOME 3.4.2. Systemd is the replacement for SysVinit based service management system.
Restart from terminal
 Open command launcher (Alt+F2) and through it open terminal (gnome-terminal) and then run the below command to restart network service.
sudo systemctl restart network.service
Restart from command launcher
 Open command launcher (Alt+F2) and through it open terminal ( gnome-terminal ) and then run the below command to restart network service.
gnomesu systemctl restart network.service
Note:- sudo elevates permission to super user level in a terminal whereas in GUI mode we need to use gnomesu
 For more information you can run Man command for systemctl (xdg-open man:systemctl) from command launcher (Alt+F2). To know more about Man command usage you may read through Demystifying Man

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