jdangler at atlantic.net
Fri Jan 12 18:50:01 UTC 2007
On Sat, 2007-01-13 at 05:42 +1100, David Coldrick wrote:
> nm-applet is what you're after. Obscure, huh :-)
Strange. nm-applet was already installed, but it allowed me to install
network-manager-gnome as a _new_ application.
I hope I can get my wireless working here at home, since it seems to
work everywhere else. The only difference between home and outside is
that at home I have a static IP, and everywhere else, it's dhcp...
> On 1/13/07, John Dangler <jdangler at atlantic.net> wrote:
> I installed network-manager-gnome this morning, but can't seem
> to find
> the program/app itself. Looking through 'add/remove', and
> 'unsupported apps' , I did find a couple of possible
> candidates -
> 'Network Selector', and 'WiFi Radar' ...
> Can someone here tell me if it is one of those two, or, if
> not, how I
> can get network-manager-gnome onto my desktop?
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