Thank you for your attention.
Em 03-12-2011 09:00, Lukas Middendorf escreveu:
On Saturday 03 December 2011 09:54:49 Mircea Sava wrote:
> The behavior of not recognizing the internet connection established with
> anything else but NetworkManager-gnome is present in KDE for KDE apps since
> the inception of KDE4, maybe even sooner.
I have not seen any KDE application complain about missing internet connection
(including apper), although I do not have NetworkManager installed and running
(Why would you want to use NetworkManager for a desktop PC with an "always on"
wired LAN connection?).
Of course the persons behind this know the reasons. I think
could be like a warnning message when compiling a source, if you want
only one result, it is ok, ignore the rest. But there is a reason for
So at least it seems to default to assuming that there
is a network connection if no NetworkManger is running.
> As for Apper, when it comes to updating the system I prefer the command line
> interface of yum; it's much faster, reliable and has a very cool verbosed
> So, su -c 'yum update' is in my opinion the best way to go.
and I use this way since the begining (F??-x86_64).
My problem is NOT emergency, I decided to give Apper a try, it came by
default on my 3.1.2-1.fc16.x86_64.
And as a developer, I think that our friends that are responsable for
Apper would like to have a feed back. And I would like to have it
working very well. For me It is not necessary to close a not very used
alternative, let it there working 100%.
By now, I would like to fix this problem, but also not to lose the
opportunity to learn. Do you know someone that could help me?
If you want a gui, use yumex. Every time I tried a different gui for
installing packages, I came back to yumex.
Thanks, Yumex is also my friend, I know
it since a long time.
It however also uses NetworkManager
for internet connection check (and does default to "no connection" if no
NetworkManager is running), but the check can be disabled in the preferences.
Excellent, this could be a good sugestion for our friend of Apper. I
would like to e-mail them.
But I don't know where. Any help is well come.
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