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Thank you for sharing your experience. But in the future would you mind not using all capital letters? That's considered shouting. And also please spell out your words and use correct spelling, that would make reading your post easier. Off the Zero Reply List.
I'm looking forward to trying out your document. It seems quite straight forward.
Do you have any suggestions for someone who does not currently have any network access? I need to load wicd for Ubuntu 10.04 and only after I get it will I have a chance of access the Internet.
Finally, I see just two lines in all caps. As far as I'm concerned, a paragraph in all caps is shouting. A word or statement in all caps is EMPHASIS, similar to the college prof who says, "You might see this on a test." On the other hand, if that's all people had to complain about, I'd say it means your document is excellent.
Last edited by Toadbrooks; 06-13-2011 at 04:57 PM.
The only thing that i could tell u is try the cd that you used for Ubuntu installation.
Tried that, was able to get network-manager (although not the gui) reloaded, then used that to get the gui, then used that to get wicd, then removed network-manager again. Whatever, at least it worked.