Le mardi 04 avril 2006 à 14:00 -0400, David Zeuthen a écrit :
NetworkManager is still not the default. I don't think it will
default before it does a lot more what the current default networking
stack does including working when no user is logged in.
My view is that Pete is blowing this out of proportion and I think
you're just being his puppet in this particular case.
Well, you know after all the times Gnome people removed functionality
because they knew better and future would prove them right, then refused
to put them back in even after people did not get used to the new world
order ("residual" complaints as Putin says in Chechnia), your
declarations of undying love for not-in-gui-session-management can be a
But you can damn Pete for writing what a lot of people were thinking if