XFCE-counterpart of KDE-Networkmanager

Bela Markus bmarkus at hasix.org
Tue Aug 3 23:14:36 CEST 2010

  Your scenario can be configured for Ethernet and WLAN. WICD do not 
handle UMTS stick.

2010.08.03. 23:04 keltezéssel, Al Bogner írta:
> Am Tue, 03 Aug 2010 11:28:18 -0400
> schrieb Jordan Metzmeier<titan8990 at gmail.com>:
>> Right now I am on a university campus and everything wicd scans, finds
>> 15 APs, and writes all of them to the file.
> So how can wicd be configured to consume not too much battery?
> I managed it to get it work, but I still have some questions.
> I would like, that wicd uses an automatic scenario:
> If there is an ethernet connection, it should use this connection,
> whatever else is available and there should be no need to confirm
> anything.
> If there is no ethernet connection, it should use wlan, if available.
> The AP has to be confirmed manually
> If there is no ethernet and no wlan it should use an umts-stick, if
> available, The connection has to be confirmed.
> Al
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