Multiple Instances of nm-applet
fourdan at gmail.com
Fri Jul 20 07:10:08 CEST 2007
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Rich Shepard wrote:
> I've replaced the linux distribution on our ThinkPad 600E with
> Xubuntu-7.04. Each time it boots, multiple instances of the network manager
> (nm-applet) are loaded; we're up to well more than 20 now. They're like a
> cancer, growing uncontrollably and I can't cure the machine of this
> Before quitting, I run 'killall nm-applet' and they all close down. The
> session-saving option is selected, but this applet keeps coming back on a
> reboot or cold boot.
> I even deleted the session data in ~/.config/cache/, but to no avail.
> If anyone here can help me clear this up, I'd really appreciate it.
Settings => Autostarted applications
Check that NetworkManager is not listed there. I thnk it might be saved
along with the session and then started by both the autostart and the
sessions, growing the number of instances at each login/logout cycle...
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