I'm running Mint via Parallels on a MacBook Pro. (Works great by the way! Parallels rocks!)
The only problem is that the network does not connect automatically. I have to click the network icon and select the wired network manually. In reality, this is not big deal. one click and I have internet...
The problem is I like to use enlightenment e17 as a window manager and there is no nice and easy network icon to click and fix the problem. Currently I have to boot in to gnome and connect to the net, log out, and then log in to e17.
I am no where near a linux expert so this may seem ridiculous, but it feels
like mint just boots too fast (due to the nature of it being a virtual machine) for the DHCP connection to take hold.
Feel free to ridicule me if this is way off base.
Is there a way to delay the DHCP script so it will wait for a connection?
If not, what would the CLI command be to do the equivalent of selecting the wired network in network manager?
I'd like to able to set the default session to Enlightenment and fix the network directly from there.