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Old 02-01-2008, 06:35 PM   #1
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KDE password management - really could use help!


Ok, so I recently installed KDE 3.5 on my Debian testing, GNOME system. I installed kde-core and kde-desktop. After using it for some time I decided that I rather use it, then GNOME. So I moved GNOME, or at least most of it to my knowledge.

Now I just restarted my computer and I have no internet connection. I added the wireless monitor to the panel and it shows I'm connected.

I think what happen was I removed from stuff form startup of, klipper, and
kwallet. Now I'm guessing I need to reconfigure one of these to allow me to get give me wireless privileges. So if this is the case how would I go about doing this?

Could someone help me out here?
 
Old 02-02-2008, 01:26 PM   #2
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You need to find the Administration control centre (not the one to customise your desktop) and go to the network settings.
 
Old 02-02-2008, 02:17 PM   #3
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So I moved GNOME
Can you re-phrase please!
It is possible you once had a properly configured system whose configuration files were in Gnome applications......that "may" not be around anymore?. Which means you may need to install some necessary packages to configure a wireless connection in KDE, like network-manager and knetworkconf. Once you re-establish a connection, add a "auto ethx" to the appropriate interface section of /etc/network/interfaces file, replace the (x) with what is appropriate.
 
  


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