I've been scratching my head with this one:

After an update to network-manager and its components on my Linux Mint desktop, ethernet stopped working.

It shows, the MAC address is there, but it just has this X through it and that's that. I tried several things for the last few days.

some more details here:
forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic

Anyone has experience with this and can help?

@jtr

Have you tried going underneath NetworkManager and statically assigning an IP address?

@jtr

Take NetworkManager out of the equation and see if you can just IP your interface directly with whatever interface Mint is using. I think it's netplan now, something like this article I found:

danielmiessler.com/study/manua

If not netplan, perhaps `ip` directly, a la:

`ip addr add $YOUR_IP_HERE dev $YOUR_INTERFACE_NAME_HERE`

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@speskk hmm. I see, so I can set up my own setting and shut off network manager altogether. I will try to play with that.

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