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Re: any plans to make wireless more user-friendly in Fedora 9?

Martin Marques wrote:
Rahul Sundaram wrote:
Valent Turkovic wrote:

One other small issue; I can't find NetworkManager anywhere in Gnome
menue. Where is it located? There is no shortcut that I can see in
Applications or in System menues. It that on purpose? Why?

You aren't supposed to run it as a command or call it from the menu. See


Does this mean that Gnome starts automatically NetworkManager?

In the GNOME and KDE Live images, Network Manager is started by default. It is not started by GNOME.

Anyway, I use KDE. ;-)

Network Manager is a daemon that is DE neutral. nm-applet is used by GNOME and KNetworkManager is used by KDE who are both frontends to Network Manager.

In Fedora 8, nm-applet is used by KDE too as a workaround in the KDE Live images since KNetworkManager does not work with Network Mananger 0.7


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