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My pc is hardwired to my lan and when pluggin in the Pineapple it takes over and kills my connection.  Now I don't need to share internet because the Tetra is hardwired also.  So when I plug the USB in, the tetra takes over as my internet connection.  Is there a way to prioritize my connections so that eth0 is always before eth1?   On my mac its a simple setting that is easy to change but I have not found something like this on ubuntu yet.  Im using ubuntu 17.10

This is not a Pineapple question its an OS question lol just to clarify

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2 minutes ago, Just_a_User said:

Yeah to do this there is a checkbox. This is on Kali but there is a similar box on ubuntu IIRC.

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your picture didnt want to come to the party lol.  Yea ive messed with it on kali no problem but ubuntu seems to be to clicky easy to get something that complicated from a GUI

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well the picture showed up on the quote lol  Yea ubuntu does not have that

EDIT it does have this.  Ole Jack D is really starting to kick in lol

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9 minutes ago, b0N3z said:

well the picture showed up on the quote lol  Yea ubuntu does not have that

Interesting.

Can you navigate to /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/ directory and find the connection you want. Open the network using sudo nano MyNetwork.

Once you have the file open, look for the [ipv4] section, and add never-default=true, like so:

[ipv4] 
dns-search= 
method=auto 
never-default=true

Probably need to restart network-manager

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