if you have connman running it might easily overwrite those settings.
Probably either set up the network with connman or disable connman service.
how I can remove the ConnMan service at boot.
I know start and stop the service, but i don´t now remove Connman.
thank you very much!!!!!
in general for any systemd service:
systemctl disable <service name>
What it does is just essentially removing the softlink in /etc/systemd/system and hence isn't found as a service to start any longer.
If you want it back just
systemctl enable <service name>
When i run systemctl, the result is:
root@clanton:~# systemctl disable connman
-sh: systemctl: command not found
a, sorry - thought you were using the devkit image.
Other images might use init scripts. You'd need to check in /etc/init.d/ and remove symlinks at the right places there. Don't have a non systemd image at hands right now to check
Don´t worry. I will try to prove what you say.
When you say "devkit image", you mean "IOT Dev Kit"?
I can to install this kit.