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As I tried to explain on the title, what i need is to run this command "NetworkManager --no-daemon" as root every time I start my arch+gnome so that the nm-applet would show on the panel.
I need to know a way to do this automaticaly each time I start my pc.
Set-up a sudoers line that allows your user to run nm w/o password.
Wrap a script around that, and tie into whatever Gnome runs during
Hey Tink! In the first place, thank you very much for your quick reply!
Would you mind going a bit deeper in the explanation as I'm quite new to arch (only a couple of hours :3).
How do I set-up a sudoers line that allows my user to run networkmanager without password?
I did understand the rest of the procedure