Wireless Network Problem

I just went from openSUSE 13.1 to 13.2 (32-bit). What I did was insert the DVD, boot up and select the Update option. Installation went smoothly, except for the following two problems:

  1. Upon booting up, a window opens up with the following message:

KDE Daemon
For accessing the wireless network <networkname> you need to provide a password below.
How do I get the system to permanently store my wireless password?

  1. The GRUB menu still shows the option to boot up with openSUSE 13.1. How do I update the menu to show “openSUSE 13.2” instead?

in network manager -> manage connections->edit -> check system connection(which will ask to enter the root password) after that your connection will be permanent. (not sure if you upgrade,cannot remember that)
if you go in yast->boot loader you can change the text to whatever you want.

The OP already asked this question in another thread

And FYI, I don’t see the ‘System Connection’ any more

i assumed that should be almost the same in 13.2 as in 13.1. I didn’t upgrade yet and just have 13.2 in a VM in which network manager is not running. Thank you for correcting me .

It’s a KDE thing not the OS
Pretty sure it was like this in 13.1 with the latest KDE