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Z-obsolete Alternative network managers [OBSOLETE]

Crunchbang Linux has network-manager-gnome and network-manager-gnome installed (what do each of these do?) with nm-applet providing the clickable icon in the bottom right corner of the screen.

It may be possible to use alternative network managers, such as:

See also:

* gnome-network-admin

(machinebacon) I'd prefer a set of instructions rather than a link to a forum post of 2009.
(johnraff) agreed, The forum post is now out of date. [OBSOLETE]

network_manager.txt · Last modified: 2012/05/24 06:38 by johnraff
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