I accidently installed connmanager, it removed my network-manager and network-manager-gnome. Now I cannot connect to my wifi and ethernet connection. I tried to install network-manager from source (latest version) but it had dependency issues.
Now when I am connecting internet through usb-modem.
I have installed Ubuntu 13.04 on my HP Pavilion 15 Notebook. Due to problem with WIFI speed, I changed the network manager, but didn't solved the problem. Now I have removed both the network managers and cant connect to the internet.
I have been trying to install some kind of network indicator to show my current bandwidth usage on the panel on top of the screen so I decided to install https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-network
But just after I have put
sudo apt-get install indicator-network I have uninstalled a bunch of vital ubuntu applications e.g.
Is there any network manager in Statler ?I'm not talking about gnome-network-manager which just lets me choose between direct connection and proxy, I'm talking about a real network manager which shows me the status of my connection to the internet, to the network, hostname alterations, choosing of the network (for ex. when plugged in but in WiFI range of another network) etc.