NetworkManager is an application tool to simplify the multi network model on a single or multiple interfaces.

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Auto connect to a wireless network (Ångström Linux)

I am using Ångström Linux on BeagleBoard-xM. I have installed a RTL8188SU USB Wi-Fi adapter and configured it properly. But it doesn't connect automatically even though I have marked the interface as ...
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Connect to Internet using Network Manager in a script or program

I want to connect to Internet using wireless automatically(using a script or program) Currently,I do the following steps to connect to Internet by wlan: Select the wlan access point, Then KDE ...
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Gentoo Gnome 3.2 Wireless “Connecting…”

I recently updated my Gentoo with GNOME 2.x to GNOME 3.2. My NetworkManager applet refuses to connect to my network; however, it does not give an error as it simply hangs as "Connecting..." I checked ...
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How do I proceed further when my reports of a improper functioning of a gnome component has not met with answers on the respective mailing list

I am unable to connect to internet using my modem. I followed instructions to seek help at http://live.gnome.org/NetworkManager/Debugging and posted on ...
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Fedora 15 doesn't find wireless connection

I have Fedora 15 installed on a partition in a Dell laptop. The laptop reports wireless capability in a certain Intel Centrino family, and the drivers for all of these should be in the kernel, ...
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Reinstall or repair Network-manager-gnome in Ubuntu lucid lynx 10.04.3 LTS offline

My custom made lubuntu slim 10.04 LTS based distro with many official repositories from ubuntu based distros and stable distros/softwares ppas has a problem with network-manager, is there a way to ...
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Installing NetworkManager without internet connection

I have a slight problem, I uninstalled my Network Manager in Fedora Core 15, why I did this was because it did not show anymore, I thought I will re-install it using my wireless connection but I now ...
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Where are NetworkManager's WiFi settings stored?

I remember the days of playing with /etc/$WE/wpa_supplicant.conf to try and force a semi-secure network on a debian based system, but now on to xubuntu, I haven't needed to do any *.conf-ing in a ...
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How to create an ad-hoc connection?

I need to make an adhoc connection on Archlinux (netbook used as a wifi repeater), I was using this tutorial to do it on Ubuntu : At the terminal install execute sudo apt-get install dnsmasq-base ...
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Configure wireless network from the command line

I know I can use ifconfig to configure my ethernet network interfaces. But can I also configure my wireless network interfaces using ifconfig. (It seems to be listed as eth1 in ifconfig output, why is ...
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Dropbox doesn't connect properly on boot

I'm having a problem with Dropbox (version 1.1.35). When I first boot it takes some time before Network Manager connects to the WLAN. Then I see the Dropbox icon in the task list, claiming to be ...
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Passing the “--float” option to OpenVPN client from NetworkManager

NetworkManager on Fedora14 doesn't support the "--float" parameter of OpenVPN client. Are there any workarounds to connect with NetworkManager to an OpenVPN network using the --float option? Or are ...
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What is reliable, autoconnecting wifi manager?

openSUSE 11.4, one wifi connection with static IP. Requirements: after autologin connection should be automatically established with defined static IP after connection dropped, manager should try ...
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How to make it go back to the CLI after running cnetworkmanager?

I am using Debian Squeeze on my laptop and installed network-manager with cnetworkmanager command line utility to handle my wireless connection. To get connected, I issue the command: me@debian:~$ ...
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VPN with network manager (nm-applet) is not working

My university (TU Wien) offers a VPN in order to get an IP of the university network. The instruction on the university webpage says to install the packages network-manager-gnome, network-manager-vpnc ...
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How to let networkmanager repeat trying to connect DSL until succeeded?

I'm using nm-applet to dial up DSL pppoe connections. As there are a great number of users in my local network, I sometimes have to try many times to establish a successful connection. I wonder is ...
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Ubuntu 10.10 notification system area , many icons disappeared like network manager

When I restarted the computer I found no network icon. I tried to access internet but no connection was found. I also didn't have the Bluetooth, sound, battery, and power icon. Its really crazy that I ...
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Is there a tool that lets me share internet connection through Wifi?

I really like OS X's ability to share the internet connection through everything within several mouse clicks, but it seems that the Mac is doing something funny that prevents Linux machines from ...
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Network problems after Ubuntu upgrade

I'm having real problems having upgraded Ubuntu from 10.04 to 10.10. My main problem is I cannot get a network connection either wired or wireless. When I right click the Network manager applet the ...
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eth0 r8169 down on wake up from standby

On waking up after standby the network (eth0) remains down. The eth0 card is r8169. I have tried : ifconfig eth0 up Doesn't work ifconfig eth0 up; dhcpcd eht0 Worked but how do I configure my ...
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Network connection drops after a few seconds

I am on Debian. I configured my NIC with a static IP (192.168.1.56). When I try to connect to a network, initially with ifconfig eth2 I get (correctly): eth2 inet addr:192.168.1.56 .... inet6 ...
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How can I solve wifi connection problems between Arch Linux and a WPA2 network?

My home network uses WPA2 for encryption. To connect to it from my Arch Linux insallation, I first tried using NetworkManager, however, that only managed to connect for a minute at most before ...