It was easier than you might think, but it sometimes is… I knew that this was related to the vendor and product. For me it was not associated with virtualbox, as he wrote “amaro” from the arch forum.
That worked great! No reboot was needed.
Many thanks for targeting me. I’m really satisfied
First of all, thank you for the answer. For the time being I have tried to do this with pppd and sakis3 package, but without the effect. And it is not that I did not try, as judd wrote, but not everything : -j .This example, which sent manuel, it will be this. Now I don’t have this machine, but as soon as I get to it, I will adhere to it. And I’ll let you know.
I would like to ask why antergos does not support connections via 3g usb modem (huawei e3131 - i. t. case). WiFi works fine but I use almost always a usb modem. In other distributions this problem does not exist (ubuntu - mint, centos). I was very happy with the antergos, but not too long. Large database of software, rolling release, etc.
I do not know how it happened that the connection was getting worse. Finally I reinstalled. Both KDE and cinnamon could not connect via modem. Installation ant. Cinnamon was using a modem. But after removing the modem from the USB and restarting, the connection disappeared from the applet. I have tried several solutions from here:
but to no avail. Of course all the needed services are included. Now I have the same as in this case:
In this forum there was not much advice as to how to remove this problem.
Please help, because I do not want to change the distro or go to Manjaro.
Thank you for your answer.
So, I switched off “connman” and switched on the “network manager” service. In the applet I only have Wi-Fi connections. The problem is that I can not connect to the Internet via a USB modem. First I typed
then I applied the advice (from archlinux forum):
but without the expected effect. “NetworkManager” services can not start anymore. I do not know why mobile broadband has disappeared first, including the applet. Can I restore systemd to default settings? Please reply.
I usually use a usb modem. In systemd, after enabling and starting the Network Manager service, and after closing systemd manager and reopening it, the service is not started. The “connman” and “NetworkManager” services are also enabled and running. After reboot the situation unchanged. The Network Management applet does not appear in the task bar.
So far everything has been OK, but after some time, after waking up from hibernation or sleep or hybrid-mode, problems with network connectivity have begun. I can not connect to the internet at all. In addition, it happened that cinnamon has crashed earlier. Can any of the services conflict?
I installed the firmware but no effect and services I have included.
I get this message:
Failed to start the default file viewer
The specified location is not supported
You can enter another browser in the service settings.
Do I have to change something else in Systemd Manager?
I have a problem of this type that I can send the file to and from the device, but I can not browse the folder structure on the computer (like Mint 18.2 KDE). With bluetooth mouse I can not connect at all. The mouse is now visible in the blueman manager and disappears immediately, and I can not pair in the blueman or using the commandDuring installation I did not specify bluetooth support in cnchi, of course the bluez and bluez-utils packages are installed.
Could someone tell me where the problem may lie?
The installer will guide you by the hand. Create partition / boot / efi (fat32) [If in cnchi chooses grub as bootloader. If you choose systemdboot, then create / boot].
/ root (ext4)
/ var (ext4) [optional - you do not have to do this …]
/ home (ext4) [you can allocate the rest of the space]
/ swap [if you want to use hibernate, then allocate 2/5 of the available ram memory, or create a swap file].
Here you have the following: