View Full Version : Network Manager issues with Gnome in FC10

3rd March 2009, 09:56 AM

Yesterday I uninstalled KDE Desktop Environment from my system by running the following command:

yum groupremove 'KDE (K Desktop Environment)'

The problem is that it removed the Network Manager app as well. So now I'm blank as to how to connect to the internet. I can't figure out how to solve the problem.

I downloaded the Network Manager app for Gnome by a bit googling and when I tried to install it, it showed me the following dependency list:

NetworkManager = 1: is needed by NetworkManager-gnome-1:
NetworkManager-glib = 1: is needed by NetworkManager-gnome-1:
libnm-util.so.1 is needed by NetworkManager-gnome-1:

Can someone please help me out how to solve it?

Thanks in advance...

4th March 2009, 06:01 AM
Instead of NetworkManager service, can you use the network service?
Try this:

su -
chkconfig NetworkManager off
chkconfig network on

Activate your eth0 card, select File, then Save.
Finally at the terminal:

service network restart