On 2016/10/30 06:03 PM, Uwe Brauer wrote:
> > On 2016/10/29 05:10 PM, Uwe Brauer wrote:
> > 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.
> Hm, but I reboot my machine and just login with trinity I thought the
> KDE4 network manager should not matter, it should not run, or are you
> saying it is anyhow.
> Hm, I had this szenario for the ever since trinity came out.
> I just downloaded and installed trinity live, so far it behaves as
> expected, no conflict, I keep my finger crossed.
KDE NM may be running, it depends on how your machine was setup. For example it may be started automatically.
Are you planning to use only TDE or you want to use also KDE4?
In the first case, just install a bare ubuntu without any desktop environment (I assume this is possible, as it is for
Debian), then install TDE on top of that. This will prevent any KDE stuff to get in the way.
In the second case, just make sure you are using only one NM ;-)