H.S.: Thanks very much. I now have KDE working on-line! Do you know of
a similar fix for XFCE?
Regarding sound, I don't see anything in KDE/System Settings/Computer
Administration/Sound regarding "pulseaudio" or anything else that would
give me a clue as to how to fix this non-working sound in KDE
Perhaps, I'm missing something obvious?
On Wed, 2009-03-04 at 16:11 -0500, H.S. wrote:
> Rob wrote:
> > 1. I'm sure I'm missing something very obvious but, for the life of me,
> > I cannot figger out how to connect to the Internet using KDE. I'm using
> > Gnome right now and it has a little icon in the upper task bar that I
> > can click on to go on line (I'm using wireless connectivity through a
> > Linksys router on a lower floor which works fine in Gnome) but I can
> > find no obvious way of doing the same thing in KDE.
> Do you have network-manager-kde installed? If not, install it and
> perhaps also kwirelessmonitor. You should be good to go then. But post
> here if it still doesn't work.
> This might ask you setup a password for KDE wallet. To save trouble, I
> set it to the same as I my login password.
> > 2. I cannot get sound to work in KDE. Has anyone cracked the code on
> > this yet? It clearly tells me my sound is "broken" when I activate KDE
> > but NOT how to fix it.
> If you are using pulseaudio, make sure you have ESD for "audio device"
> in Hardware tab of sound system configuration.
> Make all the above changes and relogin and see how it goes.
> Please reply to this list only. I read this list on its corresponding
> newsgroup on gmane.org. Replies sent to my email address are just
> filtered to a folder in my mailbox and get periodically deleted without
> ever having been read.
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