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Re: connman does not respect /etc/network/interfaces when upgrading from buster to bullseye and more general considerations

On Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 at 1:05 PM, Michael Biebl <biebl@debian.org> wrote:
> Am 23.09.21 um 21:35 schrieb Jaycee Santos:
> >  Is there a reason why to choose gnome-network-manager over something like
> >  nm-tray for LXDE?
> I think nm-tray (being based on Qt5) is a reasonable choice for LXQT (which is also Qt5 based). LXDE on the other hand uses GTK, so I think network-manager-gnome is a better fit there. (both disk footprint and memory usage wise)

Ah. My apologies. I thought nm-applet was provided by nm-tray. I was wrong.
I did not know that nm-applet was part of network-manager-gnome!

So I agree with network-manager-gnome being a better fit for LXDE.
Apparently, I was already using it.


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