DHCP timeout for WPA-encrypted WLAN network

Steve0 Grobler 57ev30 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 11 11:10:51 UTC 2009

Hello Wolfgang.

I had the exact problem with network-manager on my netbook. I installed wicd
and removed network-manager gnome and kde versions. Everything works awesome
now with wicd. wicd is by far the sweetest network manager i used to date
and would highly recommend it. You will not be able to run network manager
in parallel with wicd unfortunately.

2009/9/11 Wolfgang Jeltsch <4cqncnl7 at acme.softbase.org>

> Am Donnerstag, 10. September 2009 22:39:54 schrieb Nils Kassube:
> > Wolfgang Jeltsch wrote:
> > > > I try to access WLANs with the network applet of Kubuntu.
> > >
> > > Kubuntu Jaunty, to be more precise.
> >
> > Others had problems with the KDE interface to network-manager as well. I
> > would suggest you try the Gnome version of the network applet. That one
> > seems to work more reliable. It is the in the package
> network-manager-gnome
> > and the command is nm-applet.
> Hmm, this would make me fetch a lot of GNOME packages, which I’d like to
> avoid. In addition, does a GNOME applet integrate well with Plasma?
> > Another alternative would be wicd as a replacement for the
> network-manager.
> Isn’t Network Manager a fundamental part of a normal Kubuntu installation?
> What are the implications of removing or disabling Network Manager. I
> suppose
> that it’s not possible to run wicd and Network Manager in parallel.
> > Nils
> Best wishes,
> Wolfgang
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