Thanks. The problem with reading the documentation, regardless of the application, is that it often generates more questions than answers. In this case “Tethering”. I’m not sure I want tethering? My two connections are on different networks, ie different Internet connections, different addresses, etc.
They are set up that way to allow content to be transferred to the Pi and to provide a source for streaming content, independently to each network.
I have never modified /etc/connman.conf , although I’m sure that some things were added when I initially installed OSMC? Here is that file:
Tried this connmanctl services but the OS threw an error:
~$ connmanctl services
Error: Rejected send message, 3 matched rules; type=“method_call”, sender=":1.31" (uid=1001 pid=6053 comm=“connmanctl services “) interface=“net.connman.Manager” member=“GetServices” error name=”(unset)” requested_reply=“0” destination=“net.connman” (uid=0 pid=345 comm="/usr/sbin/connmand -n --nodnsproxy --config=/etc/c")
And finally, is there a way, from the command line, to preconfigure WiFi network info (ie password, etc)?
I’m sure I will now have more questions. Thanks…RDK