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Re: Gnome Network Manager Applet issue?



Some reply's on this please.

I did some further investigation and found out that i am able to make
a qireless connection IF i make a cable connection first (big bug).
Also the nm-applet icon is sometimes not visable!!
and most of the time the nm-applat only shows when i run:
"NetworkManager" under root.

When it's not run under ruut but as a user i get this
error:"Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "gnomebreakpad":
libgnomebreakpad.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
directory"

Any solution for this??

Thanx.


2007/8/21, Mark <markg85 gmail com>:
> Hey,
>
> i've just installed Fedora 8 Test 1 on my acer notebook and was
> surprised to see that the resolution of my screen was used during the
> installation (1280x800). Good job there!!
>
> Once Fedora 8 Test 1 was installed and started i ran into some problems..
> I was used to kNetworkManager (the KDE network manager) but had no
> idea what gnome's manager was for this.. (nothing was started for
> this..!!!) so i looked in the session settings for gnome and there i
> saw: "Network Manager" and enabled.. so it should have started right?
> well it didn't it did start when i opened a console and typed the line
> that is in the Network Manager session command line: "nm-applet
> --sm-disable"
>
> Once that was started and once i had entered my wlan information it
> was working all over again.. than the updates window popped up.. it
> said that there where 280!!! updates!! so i did the update and tested
> it again (NetworkManager) and it's still not booting up when Fedora
> boots not even now when i write this post.
>
> So is this done intentionally or is it a bug? and if it is.. is it
> worth reporting it or already known? Also nearly no programs in the
> session list (applets) seem to start except the power manager, sound
> and update things.
>
> And about Fedora 8 so far (just a few hours)
> I know it's a test release and i know that it can be expected that
> some bugs are in it but i just like to test out the latest stuff and
> help a little where possible.
>
> It looks good (specially the new icon theme (not everywhere applied
> yet!?) and the window decorations. Fedora is gonna get a nice
> authentic look in this release (or so it seems).
>
> Good job so far!!
>


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