NetworkManager ignore docker, virtualbox, and vmware adapters
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Jan 25, 2018
@dragon788 Please see manpage for NetworkManager.conf, section "Device List Format"
It states clearly that:
interface-name:IFNAME, interface-name:~IFNAME Case sensitive match of interface name of the device. Simple globbing is supported with * and ?. Ranges and escaping is not supported. interface-name:=IFNAME Case sensitive match of interface name of the device. Globbing is disabled and IFNAME is taken literally.
Jul 20, 2021
I used this line to ignore bridge interfaces as well and use wildcards:
Aug 9, 2021
This tweak helped me with docker containers gets unavailable inside of vmware linux mint 20 (ubuntu 20.04) after pause/resume.
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Depending on the number of containers you have running there may also be numerous
vethXXXXXdevices as well. Does this support wildcards? If so it would be handy to do
vmnet*as if you create more than the default NAT/bridge/host-only networks you will get more to ignore.