Re: how do i disable auto-connect to wireless network on wheezy?
Umarzuki Mochlis, 12.11.2012:
> i had installed gnome environment on wheezy 64-bit but unlike squeeze,
> i cannot configure a particular wireless network to not auto-connect
> whereas it can be done on squeeze. It is because the network applet is
> not network-manager's?
> when i tried to run nm-applet, i got below messages:
> $ nm-applet
> ** Message: applet now removed from the notification area
> ** Message: applet now embedded in the notification area
> ** Message: Stopping applet secret agent because GNOME Shell appeared
> any tips/hints?
I'm assuming that you mean: in wheezy gnome-shell's wireless icon on the
tab doesn't give you the same setup options that squeeze's gnome 2 did.
One possibility is to choose Gnome Classic mode when you log in to
gnome. This will give you something that looks like gnome 2 and you can
get the old setup options. After you configure not to auto-connect to a
particular network, if you want to use gnome shell again, you can log
out and log back in with that choice.