NetworkManager 1.4 Feature Update Prepares For Release
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 17 August 2016 at 11:07 AM EDT. 18 Comments
GNOME --
The first release candidate to NetworkManager 1.4 feature update is now available for testing.

Among the new/improved functionality coming to NetworkManager 1.4 has IPv6 improvements, ability to create configuration checkpoints and rolling back changes after a timeout, support for oFono as modem manager, a new dns-priority property, a smaller sized executable, nmcli command line utility improvements, and various other improvements.

A current look at the new features to NetworkManager 1.4 can be found via this NEWS file in Git. NetworkManager 1.5 is now the latest development code on Git master.
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