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Old 04-18-2005, 04:54 PM   #1
Registered: Jan 2003
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Ubuntu: Network Settings -> Location

Hello, folks.

I just jumped onto the Ubuntu (5.04) bandwagon, and I'm really impressed. I do have one question though. When I open the Newtork Settings application (System -> Administration -> Networking), the "location" I set does not seem to affect the settings. I am trying to have one wireless configuration for work and one for home where it is just a matter of changing the Location pulldown menu. When I try to change "Home," it seems to overwrite the "Work" settings.

Anyone have any suggestions?


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