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Re: f8: NetworkManager + runlevel 3 problem



On Fri, 2007-11-09 at 20:35 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
> Aaron Konstam wrote:
> 
>  >In a previous post you said network starts at rl 3
>  >and NM at run level 5.
>  >True but if you use NM you should not have network running..
>  >NM is designed by gnome.org to  run in gnome. With some KDE support.
> 
> NM by design is completely DE neutral. It wasn't designed by 
> "gnome.org". It was designed and continues to be  maintained by Red Hat 
> developers.
> 
>  >The OP commented that his connection was severed when he went to rl 3.
>  >That  is what will happen if you connect using NM at rl 5.
>  >I'll bite. what front end to NM runs at rl 3. I went back and it was not
> in your earlier post.
> ----
> 
> It was not in my earlier post because the question doesn't make any 
> sense. NetworkManager is a root daemon that handles the network 
> connection and policy. It can't possibly have a graphical frontend in 
> runlevel 3.
> re they
> Rahul
> 
You need to read what you say. I know you are trying to answer every
ones questions and it is hard to keep up. I did not say graphical front
end. I said front end. You were the one that said their were a variety
of applications that would act as a "front end" or give access to NM in 
rl 3. What are they? Do you mean system-config network?
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