Re: duplicates in the archive
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- Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2012 16:48:01 +0200
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On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 10:23:38AM +0200, Philipp Kern wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 25, 2012 at 12:38:42PM +0200, Svante Signell wrote:
> > > Which wm does that? I know it isn't gnome-shell at least, as I've been
> > > using it quite successfully without nm installed.
> > Have you tried to use evolution without NM?
Evolution seems to work just fine.
> I didn't try but it only suggests network-manager. However some applications do
> behave weird if you just deinstalled n-m (pidgin for instance), because they
> assume that you're not connected. After a reboot (maybe dbus restart is enough)
> they certainly connect again, though.
I tested a good part of Gnome today without n-m and it appears there are no
regressions at all. The only differences are:
* it gets rid of n-m icon in the systray (duh)
The dependency comes via gnome-core depending on network-manager-gnome.
> Kind regards
> Philipp Kern
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