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nm-applet, openbox, tint2 - networking disabled

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https://bbs.archlinux.org – At this point I'm completely out of idea.Just to make the process clear:1. qingy2. 'exec bash --login -c 'openbox-session' via .xsession. I have no really idea what's going on, but that unexplained instructions for you.3. via .config/openbox/autostart: 'tint2 &'and that's basically it.network manager is loaded as a daemon in rc.conf, of course, and after dbus as instructed. As I understand it, that should autoload nm-applet somehow, though that is clearly not happening. IT shows if I put it in autostart, but don't seem to work properly.well, tha (HowTos)