I am using Resin-wifi-connect for my Intel NUC.
I noticed something that the tool writes the connections into the HostOS
/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections. I thought it is not possible to do that?
When I am connected to a wifi and call
./wifi-connect to reset to open up a hotspot and reboot the system, it will still connect to the old wifi settings. I was thinking it should delete everything when calling
Then I checked via SSH HostOS and saw all the connections persistent inside
So this means using the path /mnt/state/root-overlay/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections inside app-containers will lead to persistent connections inside the HostOS and using rm
/mnt/state/root-overlay/etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/mywifi (from app container) will lead to deleting
or do I have to go through dbus interface and delete the connections?
Thanks for clarification.