Ubuntu 9.04 Wireless Connection in KDE
robfleet at ix.netcom.com
Sat Apr 25 15:04:29 UTC 2009
On Sat, 2009-04-25 at 09:58 -0500, Roy Smith wrote:
> Karl F. Larsen wrote:
> > Rob wrote:
> >> Greetings all,
> >> I successfully upgraded to Ubuntu 9.04 via the network yesterday and am
> >> very happy with it so far with the following exception.
> >> I can wirelessly connect to my router (located on another floor in my
> >> house) with no problems when using either Gnome or XFCE but I cannot get
> >> a connection when using KDE. I have tweaked everything I can find to
> >> get a connection in KDE but so far, no success. Has anyone else
> >> experienced this and if so, have you found a fix? Don't know why the
> >> other two would work but KDE will not.
> >> Thanks in advance for any assistance.
> >> Regards,
> >> Rob
> > Another reason not to run KDE. Can you still click on the two
> > computers in the upper right margin like I do on Gnome? If so do you see
> > your WiFi signal listed there?
> Just to post a correction here... in the default set up for KDE, the
> panel is at the bottom of the screen only. So his network manager would
> be in the lower right corner....that is unless he's changed it.
I haven't changed it. However, all of a sudden wireless is working in
KDE. I did nothing. Must be one of those passing quirks. I didn't
even "get out of the car" (reboot), though I have been dwelling in both
Gnome and XFCE since I stopped trying with KDE. Now I'm running KDE
again and wireless is working.
Thanks for all the help and comments...
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