When I boot into #!, the nm-applet is not loaded. I have to manually start it before the network icon appears in tint2. I cannot access new networks if the applet isn't loaded, but existing connections aren't lost. I ran openbox-xdg-autostart --list to see if nm-applet is still in there, and it is. What could be wrong here?
I faced a strange nm-applet issue. Lan was configured with DHCP and I wanted to configure it with Static IP. I opened nm-applet->edit connections and made the required modifications, pressed save. It gets saved without any problem. I closed the application, restart the connection. But when I checked the ip, the old value is still there.
Is there something wrong with my nm-applet?When I click on the network icon I get "wireless networks - device not managed"mariannemarlow@crunchbang:~$ nm-applet
An instance of nm-applet is already running.
Hi to all, after an update, I'm not able to run nm-applet anymore. I'm talking only about the applet for gnome 3 because the connection is working, it's just that I can't see the applet and therefore can't add/remove other networks for example.Can someone help me fix this?
I've just installed Slackware64 14.1 on an HP Pavilion DM1 laptop, in replacement of Elementary OS 0.2 (which worked quite well on this hardware).
I opted for KDE, which has become my preferred desktop environment. Unfortunately KDE's native 'networkmanagement' applet doesn't seem to play well. It keeps losing the connection every 5 to 10 minutes.