Hi Holger,Hi Abou, are you the original submitter?
I know, but would like to discuss this before doing soTechnically, you and I and everybody can reopen this bug, but practically I
think it would be better if you file a new one, where you describe the issue short and to the point. As it is, this bug report is cluttered with your description how to setup wicd and /etc/network/interfaces - which hides the problem you had with network-manager.
I think you should have asked for clarification before closing the bug, but no problem as we can reopen it anyway.I'm ccing the original repoter for providing more information. we just can ignore the workaround, even if it could be important for those who want cope with this issue quickly.
I fully agree here, but some users may not be familiar with bug reporting and should be educated with patience.Hint: "it doesnt work" is not a good bug report.
I know! I personally find the concept of N-M very interesting, but think that it lacks many features and has many bugs. I'll not reopen this flavor again and prefer to help or shut-up. I was accommodated to many issues and I'm usually blaming myself not reporting these issues so can not blame N-M to have them.> Also the fact the N-M is completely buggy That's just wrong (but there is a vocal group on d-devel who will shout "hell yeah!", so enjoy).
Sorry, but that was not my thought, I'm just speaking about this bug report.> does not mean we should hide > its bugs, this will not help at all. We'd rather keep them open and ask > hacker for help. Looking at http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?src=""> I dont think we're activly hiding problems with network-manager (or any other software for that matter).
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