Re: A comment on NetworkManager
- From: "Garry T. Williams" <gtwilliams gmail com>
- To: networkmanager-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: A comment on NetworkManager
- Date: Sat, 13 May 2006 11:26:37 -0400
On Saturday 13 May 2006 11:09, Gene Heskett wrote:
> Humm, but on FC5, there is not an env subdir in ~.kde. Are we to create
> this from whole cloth?
mkdir ~/.kde/env ~/.kde/shutdown
> I've done this, but have not restarted X yet.
Just log out of KDE. Then log into KDE.
> What are the expected results considering that ATM my networking is
> working fine using network to start it.
The original issue was, "how do I run nm-applet in KDE?"
This was just a clarification. The nm-applet uses the GNOME keyring
to store passwords for encrypted WiFi networks. I stated before that
the gnome-keyring-daemon was usable by merely starting it in your KDE
session. That is not true. Clients (including nm-applet) use the
environment to determine the Unix socket location so they can contact
the gnome-keyring-daemon. KDE allows you to set the environment for
the KDE session by placing scripts in ~/.kde/env . These will be
sourced at KDE start up time.
Garry T. Williams --- +1 678 656-4579
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