foxy at on-the-hill.me.uk
Tue Nov 21 00:08:05 UTC 2006
Adam Miller wrote:
> I actually use wifi-radar for my wireless and it didn't appear to
> install any dependencies that didn't come with the standard desktop
> install. It appears to be written in python (which actually makes my day).
> On 11/20/06, *foxy at on-the-hill.me.uk <mailto:foxy at on-the-hill.me.uk>*
> <foxy at on-the-hill.me.uk <mailto:foxy at on-the-hill.me.uk>> wrote:
> I came across a very nice alternative to network-manager, called
> 'connection-manager'. As I understand it does not have Gnome
> dependencies and therefore could be a nice wireless tool for Xubuntu.
> The thread on the forum
> You may want to contact the guy who made it to find more details. I
> think he would also appreciate any advice in terms of development. The
> programme is obviously in beta or even pre-beta state, but it works
> fine on my laptop and solves an annoying issue with network-manager to
> enter WPA key every time I need to connect wirelessly.
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as far as I know wifi-radar does not support WPA... at least it did not
when I tried it last time. Connection-manager on the other hand support
almost all types of encryptions...
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