I have Fedora 34 installed on my computer and the desktop environment is Gnome, then I found that I can’t find the relevant setting item to ensure the continuity of the network link.
I’m using qbittorrent for seeding and need to keep the network connected at all times. This is very easy to do in other desktop environments ( just set the network to stay on when using AC power). But on gnome, I can’t find a setting for this, and the network is automatically disconnected when the computer goes off screen.
Do you use a wireless connection or an Ethernet one?
I use a wireless network, and the exact situation is that the network is automatically disconnected after the gnome locks up.
sudo tee /etc/NetworkManager/conf.d/00-wifi-powersave.conf << EOF > /dev/null
sudo systemctl restart NetworkManager.service
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