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Do you prefer to use the old NetworkManager gui instead of knetworkmanager?  If so just follow these simple instructions to enable it by default.  Thanks to Rex Dieter for the instructions.
 
Do you prefer to use the old NetworkManager gui instead of knetworkmanager?  If so just follow these simple instructions to enable it by default.  Thanks to Rex Dieter for the instructions.
  
<code>
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<code>$ mkdir ~/.kde/share/autostart</code>
$ mkdir ~/.kde/share/autostart
 
  
$ grep -v NotShowIn /etc/xdg/autostart/nm-applet.desktop > ~/.kde/share/autostart/nm-applet.desktop
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<code>$ grep -v NotShowIn /etc/xdg/autostart/nm-applet.desktop > ~/.kde/share/autostart/nm-applet.desktop</code>
  
$ cp /usr/share/autostart/kde4-knetworkmanager-autostart.desktop ~/.kde/share/autostart/
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<code>$ cp /usr/share/autostart/kde4-knetworkmanager-autostart.desktop ~/.kde/share/autostart/</code>
</code>
 
  
 
then use systemsettings->(advanced)->autostart to  
 
then use systemsettings->(advanced)->autostart to  
 
* enable nm-applet  
 
* enable nm-applet  
 
* disable knetworkmanager
 
* disable knetworkmanager

Revision as of 16:43, 29 May 2010

Do you prefer to use the old NetworkManager gui instead of knetworkmanager? If so just follow these simple instructions to enable it by default. Thanks to Rex Dieter for the instructions.

$ mkdir ~/.kde/share/autostart

$ grep -v NotShowIn /etc/xdg/autostart/nm-applet.desktop > ~/.kde/share/autostart/nm-applet.desktop

$ cp /usr/share/autostart/kde4-knetworkmanager-autostart.desktop ~/.kde/share/autostart/

then use systemsettings->(advanced)->autostart to

  • enable nm-applet
  • disable knetworkmanager