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Jan 12, 2015 Xfce - Users - Ethernet/Wireless Network Manager On 19/11/2010 14:41, Rich Shepard wrote: > Does xfce have a network manager tool equivalent to the ubuntus nm-applet? > On my new Dell portable I have no problems remotely connecting to the 'Net > when using the ethernet port, but I've yet to get the built in wireless > working. Using iwconfig/iwlist I can see and connect to a wireless AP, > but I > cannot always obtain an IP lease running dhcpcd. what happened to nm (aka network manager - Xfce Forums Jun 06, 2018 NetworkManager - Debian Wiki

Xfce - Users - Ethernet/Wireless Network Manager

Xubuntu 10.04 comes with some GNOME applications such as the Network Manager, just tried on a fresh install: Don't know what is used in Xubuntu 10.10, but I doubt it's much different. If you're not happy with Network Manager you can always switch to WICD as karthick87 suggested. how to display network manager icon on xfce panel - Ask Ubuntu I install xfce in U Trusty,but the network manager icon disappear.when I run sudo nm-applet,the icon shows.Not only the network manager,but also power manager and fcitx icon disappear,fcitx is a ch How to Display Network Manager Icon in Ubuntu XFCE4 Panel

how to display network manager icon on xfce panel - Ask Ubuntu

NetworkManager is a program that provides automatic detection and configuration for systems to connect to networks. Installation. NetworkManager is in the repositories and can be installed with the networkmanager package. It comes with a command line interface and a curses-based interface, nmcli and nmtui respectively. Additional interfaces: QA:Testcase firewalld and NetworkManager - Fedora Project Wiki