Updated with zypper dup to an existing modified Tumbleweed install.
The functionality of NetworkManager-kde4 is being missed. Is there a replacement package for this?
(knemo is not an alternative)
first re-boot hung on black screen, ok after --forced uninstall of proprietary drivers via safe boot
re-installed AMD graphics drivers to run Googleearth.
re-installed Samsung Unified Driver before reliable scanning possible on USB SCX-4200.
boot splash now back on 64bit install
kaffeine stated installation ‘not correct to play mp3’ files and did an auto update of files;
-then ok for sound tracks and DVD playing.
OS: AMD Phenom™ II X4 940 Processor, Linux 3.1.0-1.2-desktop x86_64
openSUSE 12.1 (x86_64), KDE_4.7.2 (4.7.2) “release 5”
ATI Radeon HD 3200 Graphics, Catalyst™ Version 11.11
I have not tried on 12.1 final. But, yes, that happened to me on Beta1, rc1, rc2.
However, the network does function after reboot. Possibly running
would also get it working. It seems to be a problem with starting NetworkManager after switching from “ifup” to “NetworkManager”.
Fwiw the only thing you should do to start using plasmoid network manager is enable network manager in YaST, obviously, and then right click on system panel > system panel management (or properties, whatever) > Enable Network Manager