Thank you Craig for your suggestion. It is a graphical way to enable the device (instead of typing 'ifup'). But the problem in the nm-applet continues.
I try to restart NetworkManager service but nothing changes. And finally I kill the nm-applet process and restart it, but network options are still unable.
Regards, Javier.2009/3/3 Craig White <craigwhite azapple com>
----On Wed, 2009-03-04 at 01:40 +0100, Javier Gaiano wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> Since an update last week, no WIFI connection appears in my
> NetworkManager applet.
> To make WIFI work I must open a term and execute:
> ifup eth0
> I have not moved my laptop, so I suppose that everything works because
> the connection I use was configured before.
> Any ideas??
sounds like you lost the setting 'Device controlled by NetworkManager'
Go to Administration => Network and select the wireless device and check
its properties and ensure that the checkbox for this item is checked.
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