[xubuntu-users] Wifi and Other WMs?

David Collins david.8.collins at gmail.com
Fri Jan 22 22:34:07 GMT 2010

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By installing WICD, I found that the slow shutdown ('CIFS VFS: No reponse
...') is a problem regardless of whether you use WICD or Network Manager.

This get-around works for me ...

Make a link in the 2 relevant rc folders to umountnfs.sh that are earlier in
the alphabet than the existing link to umountnfs.sh (so that umountnfs.sh
runs earlier).

# For shutdowns ..
cd /etc/rc0.d
sudo ln -s ../init.d/umountnfs.sh K02umountnfs

# For reboots ..
cd /etc/rc6.d
sudo ln -s ../init.d/umountnfs.sh K02umountnfs

(This doesn't work if you use '-n' with the smbmount command because
umountnfs.sh reads the /etc/mtab file to find mounts.)

By the way, after trying out WICD, I prefer Network Manager - simpler for
the 'average'  user and the icon graphically displays an indication of the
wireless connection strength.

On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 10:52 AM, David Collins
<david.8.collins at gmail.com>wrote:

> I have to retract my statement about not having any problems with Network
> Manager. :)
> I have just found out that my slow shutdown when I am connected to a Samba
> share is caused by Network Manager closing down before CIFS mounts are
> unmounted.
> Can anyone confirm if you get the same problem when using WICD to connect
> to a Samba share ?
> (You get a message 'CIFS VFS: No response ..' and it takes about 2 minutes
> for the laptop to shut down.)
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