This to install daemon. You have to run 'wicd-client' if using LXDE or Xfce4, otherwise 'wicd-client --no-tray' as nor mal user.But wait with wicd till pygtk.tczl is updated, current version is broken.
on 12/23/2009 – Made popular on 12/23/2009
Thermite wrote:Come on, please, I want my internet to work! You wouldn't want me installing ubuntu, now would you? If you have installed wicd-gtk and nothing else, then I belive you have only installed the wicd-gui, and not the wicd-package.
I have Fedora 17 with KDE 64 bit.
I have removed knetworkmanager and installed Wicd-client in kde.
I would that Wicd doesn't ask me the root password every time I turn on my PC.
I have added a rule in /etc/sudoers to avoid this problem but Wicd continue to ask me root password.
This is a screenshot (I'm sorry but it is in italian):
I have installed wicd but can't get it to run! I have the green and black wifi icon. I typed sudo wicd-start in Aterm I got no error. Thanks for any help. System stats shows wicd is indeed installed. Also, the ath5k appears to be installed when I che...
This works as i just did a successful installation of the latest wicd package. Although networkmanager is much better thatn before, wicd connects quicker and mostly importantly it never has any problem connecting after resuming from hybernation or standby.
When I was using initscripts when laptop goes suspend and then wake wicd used to reconect to the wifi or wired conection that is usefull when moving from one location to another with a diferent network (example from home to university)I am using systemd since 2 o 3 weeks, all the things are working like a charm execpt this one.
I know that wicd doesn't have support for VPN yet. So, I am wondering... is there any alternative to use wicd + VPN ? I have to use wicd instead of gnome network manager because I keep loosing my connection with the last one.
Firstly, I must prophylactically express my unwillingness to use network-manager. To do such a thing, I might as well use Windoze. I'd rather go without. I like wicd. However, Network-Manager has no trouble connecting wirelessly and obtaining an IP, none at all. Since I've uninstalled network-manager, wicd will not obtain an IP address.