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Re: FC5 WiFi confusion




--- Timothy Murphy <tim birdsnest maths tcd ie> wrote:

> Dan wrote:
> 
> >> I gathered from the documentation that FC5 relies
> on NetworkManager,
> >> but this did not appear to be running after
> installation.
> >> In my case, when I chkconfig-ed NetworkManager
> on, and re-booted,
> >> I was not connected to my dhcp LAN,
> >> and no NM applet appeared in my KDE panel as I
> had expected.
> >>
> >> The whole WiFi setup is a bit of a mess, in my
> experience.
> >>
> >>   
> > Turn on NetworkManager and
> NetworkManagerDispatcher services.
> 
> That is precisely what I did, and it did not work.
> I was not connected to my LAN,
> and no applet appeared in my KDE panel.
> 
> I'm sorry, but NetworkManager at the moment is
> simply not up to the job
> that has been given to it in FC5.
> Hopefully it will be in the future.
> 
> -- 
> Timothy Murphy  

I have had partial success with NM. Actually, it was
working until last night... Anyway, I've notived the
applet doesn't always show up in KDE, but works better
in Gnome. 


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