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Month: September 2020

Re: how to get tdenetworkmanager - with no wicd ?

From: deloptes <deloptes@...>
Date: Fri, 04 Sep 2020 00:01:16 +0200
Thierry de Coulon wrote:

> Yes in the system tray.
> the application is ; looking at the python script there is
> somethings about pygtk.
> There are *lots* of uninstalled python and gtk packages around and I sure
> don't want to install all this just in hope to get a nice icon...

IMO it is the masochists approach. NetworkManager (the service) and the
client in our case tdenetworkmanager work perfectly fine. I took a notbook
when traveling last week and booted TDE - WLAN enabling/connecting in the
hotel room - without any issue.

GTK people were bad writing GUIs in C, but they got even worse when they
started using pygtk. IMO it degraded to unusable around this point of time.