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[opensuse] Re: wicd instead of network manager enabled after install, wifi not working
  • From: Mikhail Ramendik <mr@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 6 Jun 2016 15:06:07 +0100
  • Message-id: <CANq10gvQND6c4Wg01=5kyifmyU1ypnDSMy=D=p9xy7_nt323Jw@mail.gmail.com>
Andrei Borzenkov has (offlist) found the settings I failed to find.

It turned out I needed to go to YaST>Network Settings, there Overview
tab, select the wireless card, click Edit. There in the Address tab,
click Next (that button might be a bit hard to notice) and get the
wireless setup.

On 6 June 2016 at 04:53, Mikhail Ramendik <mr@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello,

I have a desktop computer which has a PCI Wi Fi card. Internet is only
available via Wi Fi.

When I installed OnepSuSe LEAP, it started up and Wi Fi was not
working. I went into YaST and found that "Wicked services" was set as
the network setup manager, but I found no way to start wicd. So I was
stuck without it.

When I (with some prompting from IRC) switched the setting to Network
manager, YaST wanted to install a package and the Internet was not
there. Thankfully I got around this by getting an open wifi network up
temporarily and connecting to it using iwconfig.

Now everything works and there is a nice Network Manager widget in the
KDE system tray. But why was wicd the initial setting and where was
its UI?



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