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#1 2013-09-24 16:43:32

ilkyest
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The right way to knetworkmanager manages my wifi network [solved]

hello pals.

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)

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#2 2013-09-24 20:53:04

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Re: The right way to knetworkmanager manages my wifi network [solved]

In the time I've used NetworkManager with KDE, I've always used  "kdeplasma-applets-networkmanagement" package with no problems...


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#3 2013-09-24 21:10:51

ilkyest
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Re: The right way to knetworkmanager manages my wifi network [solved]

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

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#4 2013-09-24 22:37:38

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Re: The right way to knetworkmanager manages my wifi network [solved]

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.


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#5 2013-09-24 23:26:19

ilkyest
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Re: The right way to knetworkmanager manages my wifi network [solved]

how do I list every network manager (netctl, or dhcp)? lsmod?

solved... just a new restart, and all it's ok. thanks

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