Am Sonntag, 27. November 2011, 18:16:23 schrieb Timothy Murphy:
Martin (KDE) wrote:
> The question was regarded to the autostart of tracker: It was started by
> XDG autostart but as it is a gnome thingy it would be great that is is
> started in the gnome environment only (like network manager).
I don't know anything about tracker,
but your throw-away remark about NetworkManager seemed rather odd to me.
Surely NM starts under KDE as well?
In fact NM seems to be a more-or-less essential part of Fedora nowadays?
Is there any alternative?
You got me wrong (and I left out details). NM is running (it is a system
service) but I meant GnomeNetworkManager.
Instead of NM you can try wicd.