Art Clemons on 8 Sep 2009 19:15:51 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] How can I make my wifi manager just remember passwords without a kwallet or keyring?

> Neither solution is acceptable. So how does one get wifi manager to remember
> passwords without Kwallet running? Swiching to gnome's wifi manager just
> trades kwallet for gnome keyring. When I set up a wifi connection I want my
> wifi manager to just remember the key next time I want to connect, period. 

I don't understand why anyone using wireless would use anything but WICD
for controlling access to a wireless router.  For that matter you can
also use WICD for ethernet connections too.  In fact, it's easy to use.
 Only caveat is to disable other wireless software.  Thus switching from
Gnome to KDE, Blackbox, or you name the Desktop won't require changes in
your method of connecting.

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