After fighting with my wireless, I could, now, find her and connect.
At this point, I should, as root, type "wifi-menu" select my network and wait a while, about 10 seconds, and everything is ok.
But I want that networkmanager manages this... It's enable on systemd, the knetwork applet is installed. Seems like everything is working, but, sometimes, I should delete my connection on it, and reconnect.
What is the right way of networkmanager control a connection did by wifi-menu/wpa_supplicant ?
Last edited by ilkyest (2013-09-25 01:29:12)
In the time I've used NetworkManager with KDE, I've always used "kdeplasma-applets-networkmanagement" package with no problems...
well... I'm not certanly about... cause it I asked....
on wired one, no problems... down the interfaces, enable network, disable netctl and others
But with wifi, I'm on mistake
You need to disable everything else which is trying to manage your network e.g. wifi-menu. Otherwise they will fight over control of your connection.
how do I list every network manager (netctl, or dhcp)? lsmod?
solved... just a new restart, and all it's ok. thanks
Last edited by ilkyest (2013-09-25 01:29:43)