lionelv at gmail.com
Mon Sep 5 22:41:15 UTC 2005
Jeff Waugh wrote:
> I recommend you try network-manager (which is currently available in breezy)
> which replaces netapplet's functionality. It is extremely cool. You can pull
> out your network cable, and it will happily switch to a known wifi network,
> then switch you back when you plug in again. Great stuff. It works in KDE or
> GNOME (it is a GNOME application, appearing as a notification icon).
I couldn't find network-manager in synaptic?
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