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Re: Enlightenment and NetworkManager




Valent Turkovic wrote:
> On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 4:27 PM, jack wallen <jlwallen monkeypantz net> wrote:
>> Valent Turkovic wrote:
>>> On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 2:31 PM, jack wallen <jlwallen monkeypantz net> wrote:
>>>> Valent Turkovic wrote:
>>> Now are you using nm-applet in enlightenment? I have started nm-applet
>>> in xterm window but don't see it anywhere in enlightenment, strange.
>> you won't actually see it show up. if you've already configured
>> nm-applet in GNOME all you need to do is issue the command:
>>
>> nm-applet &
>>
>> from the command line. it should pick up an ip address from your
>> wireless. issue something like:
>>
>> ping yahoo.com
>>
>> to test it. if it doesn't work right away i will issue the nm-applet &
>> command a second time.
>>
>> now to make this easy i add an entry to the E16 menu that looks like this:
>>
>> "Wireless" NULL exec "nm-applet &"
>>
>> that menu entry will go in ~/.e16/menus/user_apps.menu
>>
>> save that and give it a try.
>>
>> hope that helps.
>>
>> jack
> 
> I told you wrong info, I'm running E17 on Fedora 10 - the package is
> called enligtenment and current version is 0.16 and that confused me,
> and also there are also E16 packages available in Fedora 10 repos...
> really confusing.
> 
> At home I could probably use nm-applet trick to make wireless work,
> but how to make wired networking work with static IP addresses - not
> with DHCP?
> 
> At work we have static IP addresses so nm-applet trick doesn't work.
> 
> For Elightenment to work as normal desktop I see two major issues:
> - network manager integration (or wicd integration)
> - usb stick automatic mounting
> 
> do you have any suggestions how to make this work?
> 
> 
You should be able to configure both in GNOME with nm-applet. Once those
are configured running nm-applet in E17 should detect which you are
using. At least in theory it should. or you could manually configure
both interfaces and then use the ifup command to bring them up. you
would use something like:

ifup eth0

or

ifup wlan0

you could configure both interfaces in /etc/network/interfaces

-- 
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