|On Thursday 19 March 2009 00:11:19 Richard England wrote:|
> Mark Haney wrote:
> > Timothy Murphy wrote:
> >> I wish some guru who understands NM would bring out a variant
> >> that just connects on bootup.
> >> I'm pretty sure the standard version would rapidly fall into disuse.
> > But, they have that feature already. It's the way network interfaces
> > have started for a decade. Why bother with NM at all when starting the
> > interface on boot is what 99% of people need anyway?
> > As for the arguments about wireless connectivity, how many people
> > actually move between wireless connections? If you do it might be only
> > between 2, home and work.
> > NM sucks, everyone knows it, so let's can it and move to something that
> > doesn't.
I'll throw my .02 cents in here: NM Rocks ! I can connect to most any wireless connection I come across without issues. It auto connects to remembered SSID's on startup as well. The only area I have issues is with trying to setup VPN access via NM.
> NM works fine for me on my laptop and I regularly move between 4
> different wireless connections.
> It may suck for you but it works great for me. "...so let's can [this
> thread] and move to something [else more productive]", eh?