On Friday 10 of January 2014 01:23 Richard Z wrote:
On Thu, Jan 09, 2014 at 07:56:56PM -0400, Patrick Boutilier wrote:
> On 01/09/2014 07:36 PM, Richard Z wrote:
> >I use the normal NetworkManager GUI in KDE, Fedora 19 to setup an WIFI
> >AP which works quite fine even if I find the procedure somewhat confusing.
> >However.. I can see how to disable the AP (hit the red close button) but
> >have absolutely no idea how to reenable it again???
> >The connection is still there in "Manage Connections" but can not
> >out how to activate it.
> >Only things that works is to remove the WIFI (usb stick) and pug it in back
> >again - suddenly the AP is magically there. How would I do things
> My AP is still listed under Connections and I just click it again to
> reconnect. I take it yours does not stay listed?
correct, as soon as I "close" the AP, the AP "connection" disappers
list and instead a list of available nearby hotspots appears.
It's probably a bug in the old applet and fixed in the new one, which is default in
Fedora 20. You can try to install the new one also to your Fedora 19, just install
"kde-plasma-nm" and before you have to remove
"kde-plasma-networkmanagement", because they are in conflict.
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