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Old 6th June 2006, 10:34 PM
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Angry nm-applet tray icon missing


After playing around installing, erasing and reinstalling the NetworkManager app in order to get it working properly with FC5 and ipw2200, finally I got it but somehow in the process the nm-applet tray icon got erased ... I already tried erasing the autoconf file, erasing and re-installing the gnome-networkmanager (nm-applet), checking and erasing nm-applet.desktop left overs files, enabling and disabling the service from the gnome-session-properties app, but NOTHING works out, The "funny" thing is that the netwok manager seems to be working, if I unplug the eth0, it automatically connects to eth1 and a notifying message appears from the GNOME Start Menu, but the d@mn tray icon is totally invisible, and I am not able to select which wireless network I want to connect to... PLEASE HELP ME, I am going nuts with this thing and I don't wanna mess around with the core NetworkManager packages since it seems like they are finally working the way they are supposed to.

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