More on 14.04
richard.elkins at gmail.com
Fri Feb 28 22:08:31 UTC 2014
Good question. Both Gnome Network Manager and wicd get the job done. I
didn't realize that Xubuntu was taking a position on one or the other
because I am happy with whichever one shows up in my installation.
By the way, did anyone else notice the Debian "swirl" screen in the Beta
1 ISO (downloaded this morning USA time) after selecting to install
directly from USB/CD/DVD? I don't mind. I was just surprised.
On 02/28/2014 11:07 AM, Lutz Andersohn wrote:
> the xfce page recommends wicd as network manager but 14.04 comes with
> the gnome network manager. Is that by design?
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