[Bug 571154] Re: Ubuntu10.4 AMD64 installed with gnome+kde desktops. in gnome usb wireless works but in kde it does not accept ppp settings
1aussie.ken at gmail.com
Tue May 4 01:55:49 UTC 2010
I have reinstalled my OS back to Gnome only. I find Ubuntu Gnome to be the
best of the lot. Although i have tried Suse-Fedora-Mandriva-DSL and some
To answer those questions are as follows.
Firstly yes I am able to easily access the net with Gnome. The method of
hardware recognition and installation is easy. Well done.
In KDE the Automatic Proxy settings were put to Direct Internet and applied.
It worked momentarily then lost connection. As soon as the Web page appeared
the Automatic Proxy settings error appeared in a box at the bottom right
hand corner in Recent Notifications. From that point if I tried to reset to
either Auto or direct neither settings would give me internet. The same
error would keep reappearing. it was after that when I returned to Gnome to
get the same error as in KDE which never happened before in Gnome.
On my reinstall of Gnome I had an initial error with device recognition but
I think that was due to the device needing to be reset. It now works well.
On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 7:52 PM, connor6892 <connor6892 at ovi.com> wrote:
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> Ubuntu10.4 AMD64 installed with gnome+kde desktops. in gnome usb wireless
> works but in kde it does not accept ppp settings
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> Bug description:
> Hi, I have installed Ubuntu 10.04 AMD64 with Gnome first and have my Optus
> E620/E169 USB Wireless modem working well under Gnome. Also installed is the
> KDE4 desktop. Under KDE the USB icon does not appear on the desktop as in
> Gnome. The KPPP has been installed along with many other KDE extras(200MB+).
> I have set the proxy settings/connect/basic No/ppp/chaps etc yet it still
> says I have network connection errors. I am baffled as to why this occurs. I
> thought that the settings would auto transfer even though the desktop is
> different. In the Gnome desktop I am able to use KDE settings/programmes and
> when in KDE I am able to choose Gnome. Is anyone able to shed some light on
> this topic please? Thanks in advance.
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