NetworkManager-branding-upstream - Default upstream configuration for /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf

Property Value
Distribution openSUSE Tumbleweed
Repository openSUSE Oss all
Package filename NetworkManager-branding-upstream-1.16.0-3.1.noarch.rpm
Package name NetworkManager-branding-upstream
Package version 1.16.0
Package release 3.1
Package architecture noarch
Package type rpm
Category Productivity/Networking/System
License GPL-2.0-or-later
Maintainer -
Download size 67.96 KB
Installed size 23 B
This package provides the default upstream configuration for
/etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf. Specifically,
it is not configured for connection checking against For, the version with connection
checking, install NetworkManager-branding-openSUSE.


Package Version Architecture Repository
NetworkManager-branding-upstream-1.16.0-505.2.noarch.rpm 1.16.0 noarch GNOME Next
NetworkManager-branding-upstream-1.16.0-380.3.noarch.rpm 1.16.0 noarch GNOME Factory
NetworkManager-branding-upstream - - -


Name Value
NetworkManager = 1.16.0


Name Value
NetworkManager-branding = 1.16.0
NetworkManager-branding-upstream = 1.16.0-3.1
config(NetworkManager-branding-upstream) = 1.16.0-3.1


Name Value
NetworkManager-branding -


Type URL
Binary Package NetworkManager-branding-upstream-1.16.0-3.1.noarch.rpm
Source Package NetworkManager-1.16.0-3.1.src.rpm

Install Howto

Install NetworkManager-branding-upstream rpm package:

# zypper install NetworkManager-branding-upstream




2019-03-28 - Christian Boltz <>
- Fix systemd-network-config.patch which added lines starting with "+"
to NetworkManager-wait-online.service
2019-03-21 - Antonio Larrosa <>
- Fix the connectivity value of devices which was set to LIMITED when
the connectivity check fails. Now if the connectivity is being set
to LIMITED but the device state is DISCONNECTED, then the value is
coerced to NONE. Add patch submitted to
upstream (boo#1103678, glfdo#NetworkManager/NetworkManager#138):
* 0001-Coerce-connectivity-LIMITED-to-NONE-when-device-is-d.patch
- Fix the global connectivity value which wasn't updated when a
device was removed. Which is a problem if the device being removed
is the one providing the connectivity. Add patch submitted to
upstream (boo#1103678, glfdo#NetworkManager/NetworkManager#141):
* 0001-Update-connectivity-value-on-device-removal.patch
2019-03-18 -
- Update to version 1.16.0:
+ Check connectivity per address family.
+ Support "main.systemd-resolved" to let NetworkManager configure
DNS settings in systemd-resolved without making it the main DNS
plugin of NetworkManager.
+ Write "/var/run/NetworkManager/no-stub-resolv.conf" with
original nameservers. That is useful with caching DNS plugins
like "systemd-resolved" or "dnsmasq" where
"/var/run/NetworkManager/resolv.conf" refers to localhost.
+ Change default "ipv4.dhcp-client-id" setting for the internal
DHCP plugin from "duid" to "mac". This is a change in behavior
on upgrade when using the internal DHCP plugin (unless the
default is overwritten in "NetworkManager.conf" or specified
per connection profile).
+ Improve handling of DHCP router options with internal DHCP
plugin. For one, accept multiple routers and add a
default-route to each. On D-Bus expose the original DNS and
NTP servers without cleaning up local nameservers.
+ Allow binding a connections lifetime to the DBus client that
activated it.
+ Add support for establishing Wi-Fi Direct connections (Wi-Fi
+ Add support for WireGuard VPN tunnels to NetworkManager. D-Bus
API and libnm support all options. nmcli supports creating and
managing WireGuard profiles, with the exception of configuring
and showing peers.
+ Add initrd generator to be used by dracut and use it as new way
of handling iBFT.
+ Deprecated "plugins.monitor-connection-files" setting in
NetworkManager.conf. This option will have no effect in future
+ Add AP and Ad-hoc support for iwd Wi-Fi backend.
+ Warn about invalid settings in "NetworkManager.conf".
+ Support announcing "ANDROID_METERED" DHCP option for shared
+ Support SAE authentication as used for 802.11s Meshing and
+ NetworkManager is no longer installed as D-Bus activatable
+ Mark docker bridges as unmanaged via udev rule.
+ Add new PolicyKit permission
"org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.wifi.scan" for controlling
Wi-Fi scanning.
- Rebase systemd-network-config.patch and
- Drop NetworkManager-1.12.2-docker-unmanaged.patch and
NM-add-wifi-scan-polkit-rule.patch: Fixed upstream.
2019-03-17 - Jan Engelhardt <>
- Do away with em dashes in summaries.
- Combine %service_* calls to reduce generated boilerplate.

See Also

Package Description
NetworkManager-connection-editor-1.8.20-1.1.i586.rpm GUI to configure connections for NetworkManager
NetworkManager-connection-editor-1.8.20-1.1.x86_64.rpm GUI to configure connections for NetworkManager
NetworkManager-devel-1.16.0-3.1.i586.rpm Libraries and headers for adding NetworkManager support to applications
NetworkManager-devel-1.16.0-3.1.x86_64.rpm Libraries and headers for adding NetworkManager support to applications
NetworkManager-devel-32bit-1.16.0-3.1.x86_64.rpm Libraries and headers for adding NetworkManager support to applications
NetworkManager-fortisslvpn-1.2.10-1.1.i586.rpm NetworkManager VPN plugin for Fortinet compatible SSLVPN
NetworkManager-fortisslvpn-1.2.10-1.1.x86_64.rpm NetworkManager VPN plugin for Fortinet compatible SSLVPN
NetworkManager-fortisslvpn-gnome-1.2.10-1.1.i586.rpm GNOME files for the NetworkManager SSLVPN plugin
NetworkManager-fortisslvpn-gnome-1.2.10-1.1.x86_64.rpm GNOME files for the NetworkManager SSLVPN plugin
NetworkManager-fortisslvpn-lang-1.2.10-1.1.noarch.rpm Translations for package NetworkManager-fortisslvpn
NetworkManager-iodine-1.2.0-3.3.i586.rpm NetworkManager VPN support for iodine
NetworkManager-iodine-1.2.0-3.3.x86_64.rpm NetworkManager VPN support for iodine
NetworkManager-iodine-gnome-1.2.0-3.3.i586.rpm NetworkManager VPN support for iodine
NetworkManager-iodine-gnome-1.2.0-3.3.x86_64.rpm NetworkManager VPN support for iodine
NetworkManager-iodine-lang-1.2.0-3.3.noarch.rpm Translations for package NetworkManager-iodine