Anthony M Simonelli
a.simonelli at sbcglobal.net
Sun May 13 03:54:33 UTC 2007
On Sun, 2007-05-13 at 01:47 +1000, Peter Garrett wrote:
> On Sat, 12 May 2007 18:11:47 +0300
> Matthias Andersson <matthias.andersson at kotikone.fi> wrote:
> > I have lost the grahpic icon for the wireless network (the two dots,
> > gnome-network-manager) and haven't been able to recover the icon. I'm
> > now unable to connect to my wireless network (using WPA) without running
> > wpa_client in a terminal.
> > I know this problem is trivial but it would be nice to get rid of the
> > work-around.
> Try running
> nm-applet &
> in a terminal. this should give you your network applet back...
> If the network fails to connect when you enable networking from the applet,
> try running
> sudo /etc/init.d/dbus restart
> Once you have the nm-applet back, you can save your session in
> System-> Preferences-> Sessions, and it should reappear on each GNOME
In System-> Preferences -> Sessions, Click the new button and put
"Network Manager" for the Name and "nm-applet --sm-disable" for the
command. Click "OK", make sure the check-box is checked next to it, log
off and log back in and it should appear.
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