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nm-connection-editor - network connection editor for NetworkManager
is a GTK-based application to add, remove, and modify network connections
stored by NetworkManager. NetworkManager must be running for any network
connections to be added, removed, or modified.
- -t, --type=<type>
Type of connection to create or show. Values are NetworkManager
setting names, eg "802-3-ethernet", "802-11-wireless", "bridge", "bond",
"infiniband", "vlan", etc. Does nothing if --create or --show
is not given.
- -s, --show
Expand or collapse the network list to highlight the network connection type
given by --type.
- -c, --create
Create a new connection of the type given by --type and allow the user to
modify connection details.
- -e, --edit=<uuid>
Show the network connection edit window for the connection of the given UUID.