daniel at dline.co.za
Wed Sep 8 08:46:19 BST 2010
Man I'm happy about that. I had quite a few head scratching hours
booting between an online ubuntu and my ubuntustudio strying to fix it.
Later I had to uninstall it completely and install a different network
manager - forgot it's name just now. But it is fine for me for now.
Thanks for the update!
On Tue, 2010-09-07 at 12:07 -0500, Scott Lavender wrote:
> Hello all,
> Just wanted to update you on the progress for the gnome-network-admin
> package for Ubuntu Studio. First, just a reminder as to why we use
> gnome-network-admin rather than network-manager.
> It is my understanding that network-admin was chosen because
> network-manager has the potential to put a dynamic and indeterminate
> load on the cpu while it is searching and connecting to new wifi
> connections it finds available. Since network-admin requires manual
> configuration to change your network connection you should not
> experienced any "unexpected" load on your cpu while recording and
> dropping that part of your uber solo you finally nailed.
> Recently Chris Coulson updated gnome-network-admin to enable the
> interface again for Ubuntu Studio users! If you see Chris on the
> forums or in IRC you might give him a big thanks if you appreciate
> this change. I'll be sending him a "thank you" email right after I
> post this one.
> You can see more information about the update here:
> The new version (2.30.2-1ubuntu4) is in the Ubuntu Studio Beta release
> and I have tested it and found it to enable the configuration dialogue
> box. If you wanted to test it out as well you can get the latest
> Ubuntu Studio development daily image release here:
> The only quirk I found was that I could not start it unless I used the
> terminal and typed 'network-admin'. I had the network applet on my
> top panel but it would not start network-admin when I clicked the
> Configure button.
> I hope you find this news encouraging and I am happy to report the
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