(before I post , sorry for my Eng skill in advance cos I’m not a native speaker in Eng.)
I am a newbie for Opensuse, however , at least can install and configure it on my machine quite well.
So far everything works fine for me . Performance is good , stable, and free!
But found some irritating things after a week that everytime I boot my machine, my wireless status is always off , which I can check it “ON” through Network manager in KDE but annoying…
how can I set it to ON automatically!
help me out pls T,T
On 08/19/2013 08:36 AM, n2425 wrote:
> how can I set it to ON automatically!
-single left click the Network Manager icon in the panel at the
bottom of the screen
-select “Manage Connections”
-in the pop-up that results, click the “Wireless” tab
-use the up/down arrows to select/highlight the wireless access point
you are using
-click the “Edit” button
-click the box next to “Connect Automatically” near the top of that
-click “OK” button near the bottom of the edit window
-click “Apply” at the bottom of the configure module…