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    Default how to run NetworkManager applet????

    Hi every one!!!


    I'm using openSUSE 11.4 and KDE 4.7 and NeworkManager in my laptop. My Internet is working just fine with NM however I don't see neither the icon in the system try nor in the System/desktop applet menu :-( I know that networkmanager is running because I checked with yast (I thought I was using the tradicional way ifup). I also tried to re-install NM and nothing happened

    any suggestion???


    thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: how to run NetworkManager applet????

    do you mean: $knetworkmanager &

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    Default Re: how to run NetworkManager applet????

    Hi

    I think it is a plasmoid widget that you can add. Right click desktop -> add graphi... not sure what it is called, I use swedish desktop language.
    You should find it...

    edit:

    lol, what he said

    sounded better, d*mn I type slow xD

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    Default Re: how to run NetworkManager applet????

    I'm not sure :-s what I'm looking for is the GUI for NM in order to configure my wireless connections

    PS: I attempted to install knetworkmanager and I didn't find anything with that name...



    I didn't find the Networkmanager in the apps' menu :-(

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    Default Re: how to run NetworkManager applet????

    right click the system tray, pick System Tray Properties. Thsi will open the Systray settings. Now go "Items", unlock widgets, and check "Network". Apply and you will see a NM icon in the systray.
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    Default Re: how to run NetworkManager applet????

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    right click the system tray, pick System Tray Properties. Thsi will open the Systray settings. Now go "Items", unlock widgets, and check "Network". Apply and you will see a NM icon in the systray.

    this is exactly what I meant!!!!!! thanks for the answer!!!!

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