hey friends, how do I get NetworkManager to AutoStart?
If you’re made a standard install, it should start automatically… There may be a reason it’s not starting.
To enable it to start on boot run
systemctl enable NetworkManager.service
As @scottro said, the NetworkManager package is installed by default – even with Minimall install – and the
NetworkManager.service is enabled as preset. Therefore, the systemd should start the service at boot.
If you have a very custom install, or have disbled the service, then it would not start. You should know if that is the case (unless you have inherited a mystery box).
You can see the status of the service with:
systemctl status NetworkManager.service
Is the status of the service what you refer to with the “AutoStart”, or do you mean something else, like state of connections?