jason at jvoegele.com
Tue Sep 6 14:40:57 UTC 2005
On Mon, September 5, 2005 2:05 am, Lionel said:
> I use an application called net_applet in Mandriva which I find useful
> and I can allow a normal user to start up the network. It sits in my
> system tray nicely. However, I installed netapplet (note there is no
> "_") in Kubuntu but I can't find it anywhere to run it, commandline
> doesn't seem to help. Does anyone know and use this?
> Also, I notice that when networked with winxp at least, if you unplug
> cables and plug them into another computer it doesn't refresh and I have
> to do it manually, can this be automated?
Others have suggested the network-manager package from Breezy for this,
but if you are running Hoary you can use ifplugd. It doesn't have a
graphical front end, but it can detect network connections (both wired and
wireless) and configure the network interface upon detection.
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remains unaltered no matter how life's externals may be transformed
or recombined. But it's smaller than we think."
-- Gene Wolfe, The Book of the Long Sun
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