KNetworkManager premissions on KDE start
I have Debian 4.0r1 ‘Etch’ and KDE 3.5.5.
I also have some problems with KNetworkManager. It requires to be run as root to locate network hardware and modify wired and wireless network connections.
How do I setup KDE to start KNetworkManager automagically on start-up with the required premissions?
I have a bad work-around running kdesu knetworkmanager on startup. However I did not have to enter my root password when I used KNetworkManager in KUbuntu 7.10 ‘Gutsy Gibbon’. But I do not know how they have done it. Does anyone know?