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Re: A question about NetworkManager-Almost solved.



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> > 
> > All I did to get the NetworkManager applet--more of a notification icon 
> > than an applet--(/usr/bin/nm-applet) was to "/sbin/service NetworkManager 
> > start".  If that doesn't work, you can then start nm-applet from the 
> > command line.  Once nm-applet has been started once, it should be 
> > preserved across logins, as long as NetworkManager is running.
> > 
> I can start nm-applet but I can't get it to work consistently. It asks
> me for the passwd for example but it does no connect. Well once it did
> but I can't do it a second time. Presumable NetworkManager is run when
> I boot but no nm-applet is launched unless I do it on the command line.
> 
> I can see that it is the facility that I was looking for but I just
> can't make it work. I get errors when it starts that I included in
> another fedora message.
> (nm-applet:5719): libglade-WARNING **: unknown property `urgency_hint'
> for class `GtkDialog'
> 
> (nm-applet:5719): libglade-WARNING **: unknown property `urgency_hint'
> for class `GtkDialog'
> 
> I don't know what these errors mean. Do you?
> -- 
Ok, I found how to make nm-applet work. It was a  confusion about which
kind of passwd I was entering.

But I still don't know what these errors mean. But nm-applet is clearly
the program I was looking for. Thanks for the tip.
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Aaron Konstam
Computer Science
Trinity University
telephone: (210)-999-7484


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