On 2016/10/29 05:10 PM, Uwe Brauer wrote:
>>>> "deloptes" == deloptes <deloptes@...> writes:
> > Uwe Brauer wrote:
> >> - when I tried to connect to the wifi I just configured with KDE4 I
> >> see
> > what is this KDE4 - use the trinity network manager please.
> I mostly described what I do not clearly enough.
> - my disk is empty.
> - I install Kubuntu 14.04 which ships KDE4
> - I need an internet connection to download and install trinity.
> - I add the relevant source.list file entries and install
> - I try to use the tdenetworkmanager and run into the problem
> In the past I always used this path successfully, just now it seems to
> fail. I could use wicd as an alternatative, but I am really puzzled by
> this behaviour.
>  two reasons not to try trinity live, first in the past I had
> difficulties with trinty live, second KDE4 ships some useful stuff,
> for example configuring the printer turned out easier in KDE4 than
> in trinty.
My 2cent suggestion is to use only one configuration tool for wifi.
If you prefer the kde4 one, once correctly installed and setup it should work even in TDE.
If you want to use TDE network manager, I recommend to disable/remove the KDE4 one.
Personally I use Wicd since a long time ago (when the time I moved away from KDE4 and before I discovered TDE quite some
time later on) and have no problems with it. Obviously I do not run TDE network manager together.
If you try to run 2 network managers at the same time I would not be surprised if you run into problems.