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Re: wifi-radar

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Le 02/05/2009 20:12, Thomas Cameron a écrit :
> François Patte wrote:
>> Bonsoir,
>> I have just installed wifi-radar on my laptop bur it doesn't work
>> because there is no wifi-radar.conf file....
> This doesn't really address the original question, but why not just use
> NetworkManager?  I use it on my laptop and it does a fantastic job of
> finding wireless networks. 

I disabled NetworkManager because it is the source of problems which
took me hours to solve: I forced the host name of my laptop to avoid
problems with Xsession.

I explain: suppose you begin your session without any wifi, your X
session belongs to john doe localhost localdomain  Then, for any reasons
you can imagine, you need an Internet connection, the hostname change
and you become  john doe xxxx wifiprovider net and X refuses to open
graphical apps because the session belongs to john doe localhost localdomain

Forcing the hostname in /etc/sysconfig/network avoids this problem.

Now, when it writes the /etc/resolv.conf, NetworkManager writes:

search yourdomain.fr (the one you have declared in /etc/sysconfig/network)

and dns does not works......

Unless this strange/wrong behaviour of NetworkManager could be
corrected, I never use this service.

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François Patte
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Université Paris Descartes
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F-75270 Paris Cedex 06
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