> However, you can clone the git repository (you can find the url in the
> above html page) and build the package yourself (dpkg-buildpackage
> -rfakeroot -uc -b should work).
> > Ciao
> > Valerio
Thank you for the hint, but it's non-trivial to retrieve source code from the repository using git and build a .deb package from the source. Probably for me it's better to wait and continue using network-manager-kde.