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Re: wicd fails to detect wifi networks

On 2009-10-27 10:19:59 +0000, Liviu Andronic wrote:
> More wicd blues. Some time ago I reported that wicd was failing to
> start the GUI [1]. After getting more and more dishearten with
> NetworkManager, I gave wicd another try. This time the wicd GUI starts
> all right, but it identifies a wired connection to which it tries to
> connect (even though no wire is plugged to the laptop). Most
> annoyingly, it does not find any wireless networks (as if the wifi
> radio was killed, although it is well up). All this is on Debian
> testing with wicd and dependencies up-to-date.

I don't have any such problem on my laptop (unstable), except when
I re-enable the wifi radio after booting.

BTW, what's the "ifconfig -a" output?

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