wicd doesn't work
unreal.linux at gmail.com
Tue Mar 31 20:47:00 UTC 2009
Karl F. Larsen wrote:
> Nils Kassube wrote:
>> Dirk Freitag wrote:
>>> I have actually been reluctant to install wicd myself. People say it
>>> is the way to go, but the fact that it removes the default network
>>> manager makes me wary of it, since the default app works fine for me.
>> I tried wicd and for me it works as well as networkmanager. But it works
>> different because it connects to the network even if there is no user
>> logged in. Networkmanager only connects after a user is logged in. You
>> may prefer one version or the other.
>>> If I did decide to go with wicd, I wonder if I uninstall it, will
>>> the default network manager be reinstalled?
>> If you have wicd installed and want your networkmanager back you can
>> simply install networkmanager. It will then remove wicd.
> I tried sudo apt-get install networkmanager and it errored out as no
> such package. What is it really called?
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