Re: Network manager doesn't autoconnect to wireless networks in stable?
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- Date: Mon, 02 Nov 2009 17:45:12 +0100
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Dne, 02. 11. 2009 16:44:55 je chombee napisal(a):
> Does no one know the answer to this? Is not reconnecting
> the default behaviour of network manager in Debian 5 stable or am I
> only one who has this behaviour?
> On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 11:26:14PM +0000, chombee wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I've noticed that in Debian 5 network manager doesn't automatically
> > reconnect to wireless networks that it has connected to before,
> > after logging in, you have to use the mouse to tell the applet
> > wireless network to connect to. I've been googling and looking
> > the man files but I can't seem to find out why the behaviour is
> > or how to re-enable it. Is there a way to enable network manager's
> > automatic reconnecting behaviour in Debian 5?
> > Thanks
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Actually, it does reconnect. Every once in a while, I have to select my
network by hand (LEFT-clicking on the little network icon on the
panel), but that's it. Maybe editing your "Default Networks" would
help, as suggested by Patrick Wiseman?
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