How to hide the network connectivity messages that pop up, such as WAN connected or ‘no link’ on IGEL OS


Is there any way to hide the network connectivity messages that pop up, such as WAN connected or ‘no link’?

I’ve tried changing the following registry settings but there’s no effect (11.04.112)

network.interfaces.ethernet.device0.hide_progress

network.interfaces.ethernet.device1.hide_progress


Can you try :

“to suppress all network notifications you can use the following custom command.

System->Firmware Customization->Custom Commands->Base->Initialization:

sed -i ‘s/show_progress “$@”/true/’ /bin/netcontrol”


No effect with that in place either unfortunately


If it is wireless try the setting the following keys to “Hide all messages”

network.interfaces.wirelesslan.device0.hide_progress


No difference with that either, I get a message telling me it’s successfully connected the WLAN and that there’s no link for the LAN


Did you restarted after you assigned the profile?


Yes I’ve restarted after each of the changes


Are you using a docking station for your endpoint


No just standalone client device, such as the UD2


Do you have any other profiles with Base-Configuration commands running?


No this is the first one


Just an idea from another thread: igelcommunity.slack.com/archives/C015V0F5KFY/p1600699784021500?thread_ts=1600658791.016700&cid=C015V0F5KFY

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