knetworkmanager is not starting automatically on start up

hi kde knetworkmanager is not starting on startup.i am starting this
manually every time on login to connect to network..how to make it start
automatically?


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5/23/2011 1:36:02 PM
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Did you turn it off?

Try: Personal Settings -->Startup and Shutdown --> Service Manager

Make sure that "Network Manager User Settings Service" is checked.

The above is for opensuse 11.4, KDE 4.6.0 .  The wording might be
different in other versions.


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nrickert
5/23/2011 3:06:01 PM
there is no network manager user settings service in servicemanager.what
should i do next?


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vike4
5/24/2011 3:06:04 PM
I would recommend installing "plasmoid-networkmanagent" packages using
Yast. This will replace the old network manager. 

Then you will see it show up in Personal Settings -->Startup and
Shutdown.


Cheers!

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Romanator
5/24/2011 3:36:04 PM
In addition, I would recommend updating the plasmoid-networkmanagement
using UpdatedApps repo provided below:

http://tinyurl.com/3llqyke

There is a better version.


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5/24/2011 3:36:05 PM
Good to hear. You should see an improvement with the newer
plasmoid-networkmanagement applet.

Also, I would recommend updating to 4.6.3. There are a lot of bug fixes
and improvements.


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Romanator
5/24/2011 4:36:05 PM
vike4;2344193 Wrote: 
> there is no network manager user settings service in servicemanager.what
> should i do next?

Yes, you are correct.  My mistake.  As others have suggested, you
should install the plasmoid networkmanager applet.  That will replace
knetworkmanager.  And it is the plasmoid that shows up in service
manager.


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5/24/2011 4:36:05 PM
i can't use plasmoid.because i am using mobile broadband to connect with
network.if i connect mobile broadband using knetwork it will ask me
contry,service provider to connect.my work will be simple and it has the
correct firmware for my mobile device.plasmoid has the above?


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vike4
5/24/2011 4:36:05 PM
What contains your file
~/.kde4/share/config/networkmanagementrc
It should have an entry

[General]
Autostart=true

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martin_helm
5/24/2011 4:55:42 PM
If using mobile broadband you need to navigate to:


    
- Configure Desktop --> Network Settings --> Select the Mobile
  Broadband tab
- Click on the Add button and fill out the empty fields.
  

It should work every time. You may have to reboot your system to see
the changes.
Please ensure that you add the UpdatedApps repository and update the
plasmoid-networkmanagement applet.


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Romanator
5/24/2011 5:06:04 PM
Martin,
My settings show:

[General]
Autostart=true

[SystemTray]
NetworkingEnabled=true
WirelessEnabled=true

Also, vike4 didn't have the plasmoid-networkmanagement applet
installed. Once he installed it, his problems were resolved.


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Romanator
5/24/2011 5:36:04 PM
open a terminal and write

Code:
--------------------
    kwrite ~/.kde4/share/config/networkmanagementrc
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martin
5/24/2011 6:06:06 PM
@Romanator: The question about networkmanagementrc was not for you. I
just want to point at the original problem. Usually there is no need to
install a different software just because a setting is lost. But
probably the plasmoid is better (I do not use it, I use
knetworkmanager).


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martin
5/24/2011 6:06:06 PM
martin_helm;2344262 Wrote: 
> What contains your file
> ~/.kde4/share/config/networkmanagementrc
> It should have an entry
> 
> [General]
> Autostart=true
> 
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Martin what are you trying to say?how to go to that path?


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vike4
5/24/2011 6:06:06 PM
My problem is resolved.after selecting defaults in service
manager.thanks for helping me guys.


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5/25/2011 5:06:03 AM
@martin_helm
          Understood ;-)
@vike4
          You are welcome.


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5/25/2011 5:06:03 PM
Romanator wrote:

> 
> @martin_helm
>           Understood ;-)
@Romanator:
Sometimes I tend to forget that there is a bit of a mixture when and where 
the answers appear, I use nntp with knode and I see everything threaded. 
Sometimes I forget that the default in the web interface seems to be to show 
everything flat and even worse that due to the 30 min synchronisation 
between web and nntp users it is sometimes weird to see what belongs to what 
and when was it posted.

@vike4:
Glad to hear you have it working. Welcome.

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5/25/2011 5:26:18 PM
I want to ask a question.when i saw the subforum network.this thread had
been five stared who added that stars.


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5/25/2011 6:06:03 PM
martin_helm;2344286 Wrote: 
> open a terminal and write
> > 
Code:
--------------------
  >   > kwrite ~/.kde4/share/config/networkmanagementrc
--------------------
> > 

Thanks for that tip, I had the exact same problem as the OP and this
solved it for me. It still irritates me though that the central control
panel thing can't control what starts and what doesn't - some
apps/widgets/whatevers require this kind of manual tweaking.


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6/1/2011 10:06:03 PM
tk83 wrote:

> Thanks for that tip, I had the exact same problem as the OP and this
> solved it for me. It still irritates me though that the central control
> panel thing can't control what starts and what doesn't - some
> apps/widgets/whatevers require this kind of manual tweaking.
> 
I am not sure if that is a feature or a bug in kde :-)

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6/1/2011 10:15:48 PM
I've filed it as a feature request:
https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=274920


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6/4/2011 2:06:02 PM
I voted for your bug report...


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Christophe
6/4/2011 8:36:02 PM
I totally agree with Romanator. With OpenSuse 11.4 64 bits, on one of my
computers, knetworkmanager had to to be launched manually in a terminal,
and it launched after cryptic messages. I added
"plasmoïd-networkmanager" using Yast. It asked to desinstall
knetworkmanager, and to my surprise, it was a "svn" release. Some update
went wrong, I suppose ! I added the plasmoïd on my desktop, and
everything's fine now !


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