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Re: 10.10 Beta1 2 Bugs: Remasterys & Network Manager
Regarding the unmanaged wired network part, it is something that we are
aware of & seems to stem from the fact the cli install takes ownership of
the wired network (else you could not complete the install :-) )
you a choice of two methods to get the wired system as 'managed'. that
also contains a link to further details of the bug (which is not Lubuntu).
On 8 September 2010 15:43, Mike Nokel <mnokel@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 2010/9/8 Leszek Lesner <leszek.lesner@xxxxxx>
> Am 08.09.2010 16:02, schrieb Pierre Yahoo:
>> > Julien & Others,
>> > I was very impressed with Lubuntu Lucid... very stable & opened
>> > everything I threw at it.
>> > 10.10 Beta1:
>> > Installing Remastersys failed (latest sourceforge version
>> > 2.0.17-1.deb). GDebi error: ... did not recognize flags.
>> See the GDebi Thread. Its a known bug in GDebi use sudo dpkg -i
>> </path/to/package.deb> to install it.
>> > Lucid & Maverick Network Manager
>> > Network Manager (perhaps Applet in LXPanel)
>> > The only instability issue I had in Lucid (will probably be the same
>> > in Maverick) is the Network Manager. It failed to connect to the
>> > Internet (wired) on a number of occasions.
>> If network-manager seems to fail you can always try to ditch it and
>> manually configure network.
>> > Tried to reinstall and various other things without success. Now, I
>> > have no access to Edit and VPN Connection windows (clicking on the
>> > options does not open the window)... i.e. cannot change anything or
>> > redo the connection if it fails.
>> > It is a MAJOR PROBLEM as a computer without network access is useless.
>> > Was not able to reinstall... not sure what to reinstall exactly... or
>> > got message that program was being used. It is probably a simple fix
>> > but if you do not know it, you have to reinstall everything.
>> > What and how do I reinstall it exactly (including how and which
>> > 'program in used' to terminate) to fix this problem?
>> > Could not seem to find the correct answer in forums.
>> network-manager-gnome is the package that needs to be reinstalled. If it
>> isn't working try searching the Ubuntu Bug Tracker for the error that
>> matches your experience. If you don't find any please report it as a new
>> > Thanks. Great Work!
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> I had the same problem on two computers. I installed Maverick (cli) and
> then installed lubuntu-core and network-manager-gnome. Network manager told
> me that wired interface wasn't managed. So I just removed it and installed
> wicd. Everything is working perfectly now. May be try this. Hope, helps.
> Best wishes,
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