John E. Perry wrote:
After finding some version mismatches in my 10.3
installation, and not
having heard any reasonable-sounding complaints against kde 4.1
recently, I upgraded to 11.1 with kde 4.1.3 a couple of weeks ago. I
just ran a successful online update of all packages last night. Since
upgrading, I've been unable to connect to any wifi using my primary
(suse) desktop ...
So, I decided to try yet again. I did exactly the same thing I've done
a dozen times before and since I wrote the above message on 7/11.
This time it worked. I opened yast, selected network devices, selected
network settings, selected Pro/Wireless 3945abg (or however it's
labeled), set it to be managed by NetworkManager, and closed yast. Then
I started knetworkmanager, and the gear immediately appeared and started
turning. In a few seconds, I had the bars and am now doing this over my
I imagine some of the many updates I've installed since I installed
kde4.2.4 did this? If so, thanks to the devs, and to suse for this
marvelous yast program.
Just wish it had happened sooner. We've had some lovely weather, and I
like to do my computing outside on the swing :-). Hopefully the cool,
dry will hold, and our usual 90F (35C) with 75%-85% humidity won't come
back for a while.
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