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Old 06-20-2012, 08:57 AM   #1
ajaygarg
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How to disable "Authentication Required By Wireless Network" popup in Fedora 17


Hi all.

Is there a way to disable the gnome-popup "Authentication Required By Wireless Network" on Fedora 17 ?

On Fedora 14, doing "sudo killall nm-applet" is sufficient.
However, on F17, doing "sudo killall nm-applet" isn't sufficient

Any ideas please ?? !!


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