Re: knetworkmanager stopped working

>> > > Oct  2 18:39:41 benderamp-hp NetworkManager: <WARN>
>> > > wait_for_connection_expired(): Connection (2)
>> > > /org/freedesktop/NetworkManagerSettings/Connection/1 failed to
>> > > activate (timeout): (0) Connection was not provided by any settings
>> > > service
>> >
>> > Looks like a configuration mismatch between KNM and NM to me. You could
>> > try to recreate your connections.
>> It means that something (knm probably) told NetworkManager to activate a
>> connection, but that thing (knm probably) didn't actually provide that
>> connection over D-Bus.
> Or NM rejected the connection because some setting's properties changed
> (e.g. NM property name != KNM property name) due to a NM or KNM update. That's
> what I observed in the majority of cases.
> Helmut

The thing is that I have completely removed all updated packages and reinstalled
NetworkManager and NetworkManager-kde from OpenSUSE installation DVD,
and those versions did work together after initial system setup.
I have also tried to remove all configuration settings of knetworkmanager
(~/.kde/share/apps/knetworkmanagerrc) from my home directory, so for me I
have rather closely reproduced the situation in which knetworkmanager did work
in the past, but now it does not. So I must have missed something here
- probably
this could be some DBUS update or config file which I have missed.

I will try to write to knetworkmanager mailing list provided above.

As temporary workaround I would ask another question - is it possible to run
gnome network manager (nm-applet) under kde4? if it is possible, then how.

When I start nm-applet from console, I receive the following error message:

** (nm-applet:8134): WARNING **: <WARN>
applet_dbus_manager_start_service(): Could not acquire the
NetworkManagerUserSettings service as it is already taken.  Return: 3

(nm-applet:8134): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: g_object_unref: assertion
`G_IS_OBJECT (object)' failed

I have wireless network, protected with password, which is stored in
gnome keyring,
if that makes sense.

Thank's to all for help

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