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#1 2023-02-15 21:05:32

ffernn
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Registered: 2022-11-19
Posts: 7

New network interface called 'lo' created out of nowhere, can't delete

I was having some issues with ethernet on my pc (Intel I225-V Ethernet controller), where when I woke it from sleep the connection wouldn't work at all. I tried deleting the default `enp6s0` and making a new one from the KDE network settings. There were some issues with another default one being created automatically but I turned off autoconnect on that one and it seemed to be fine.
The other day after I -Syu'd and restarted, there was a new listing in the menu called "lo". Trying to delete it through KDE network manager gives me "Error checking authorization: connection was deleted", but it gets deleted anyway. It then creates itself again immediately.
`nmcli connection delete id lo` says `Connection 'lo' (79406c38-92e6-448b-97c7-32ef75d42b8a) successfully deleted.` but the same thing happens. The connection doesn't even do anything it sits at 0kbps constantly while my enp6s0 gives me internet lol.
Any help would be great.

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#2 2023-02-15 21:09:52

Raynman
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Registered: 2011-10-22
Posts: 1,539

Re: New network interface called 'lo' created out of nowhere, can't delete

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#3 2023-02-15 22:52:19

Pyntux
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From: Serbia
Registered: 2008-12-21
Posts: 393

Re: New network interface called 'lo' created out of nowhere, can't delete

So I'm first who found this.... big_smile


I do not speak English, but I understand...

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