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slackware:network [2017/06/25 16:56]
alien Some re-phrasing of the intro.
slackware:network [2017/08/08 20:12] (current)
alien Two small fixes.
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-<note warn>If you want to use NetworkManager, you will have to remove any network interface configuration information from ''/etc/rc.drc.inet1.conf'' in order to prevent a struggle for power between NetworkManager and Slackware's ''rc.inet1'' script.</note>+<note warn>If you want to use NetworkManager, you will have to remove any network interface configuration information from ''/etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf'' in order to prevent a struggle for power between NetworkManager and Slackware's ''rc.inet1'' script.</note>
  
 === wicd === === wicd ===
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 Configuration of your wireless as well as wired interfaces is done via a //wicd client//. You can either run the graphical //wicd-client// in your X Window session (KDE, XFCE, blackbox, ...), or use the console program //wicd-curses// if you are not using X.  If you are running KDE4 as your Desktop Environment, then the package ''wicd-kde'' installs a KDE widget for the graphical management of your wicd daemon. To enable the ''wicd'' widget, right-click on the system tray and select //add widgets//, then search for //wicd// and drag the widget to your system tray. Once the widget is visible in your KDE system tray you can use it to interact with the daemon. Configuration of your wireless as well as wired interfaces is done via a //wicd client//. You can either run the graphical //wicd-client// in your X Window session (KDE, XFCE, blackbox, ...), or use the console program //wicd-curses// if you are not using X.  If you are running KDE4 as your Desktop Environment, then the package ''wicd-kde'' installs a KDE widget for the graphical management of your wicd daemon. To enable the ''wicd'' widget, right-click on the system tray and select //add widgets//, then search for //wicd// and drag the widget to your system tray. Once the widget is visible in your KDE system tray you can use it to interact with the daemon.
  
-<note warn>If you want to use wicd, you will have to remove any network interface configuration information from ''/etc/rc.drc.inet1.conf'' in order to prevent a struggle for power between wicd and Slackware's ''rc.inet1'' script.</note>+<note warn>If you want to use wicd, you will have to remove any network interface configuration information from ''/etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf'' in order to prevent a struggle for power between wicd and Slackware's ''rc.inet1'' script.</note>
  
 === lxnm === === lxnm ===

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