On 11/28/07, David Vincent <email@example.com> wrote:
> Tim M wrote:
> > After I hibernate 7.10 I have to log in twice. The second login is for
> > network manager. Is there a way to keep from having to log in network
> > manager? (I am using a wireless network card) I have to be careful not
> > to try to check mail, and hope it isn't checked automatically from one
> > of my online email programs. If Firefox tries to connect before I
> > logon it will stop trying to connect and the only way I have found to
> > get it connected again is to restart the computer.
> hit alt-f2. type in gconf-editor and press enter. navigate to
> /apps/gnome-power-manager/lock. untick whatever options you want to
> ensure that when you hibernate/suspend/blank your screen etc. the
> keyring manager won't lock itself.
Thanks for the info. So far I haven't got it working. I am going to
give it up for the evening. I have had to restart a half dozen times.
Even with all the items unchecked it is iffy that network manager will
connect. The last time I woke the system up it wouldn't connect. I
could see my AP and could click on it but nothing happened. The entire
time the CPU was maxed out. I gave it about five minutes to do
whatever it was doing but one thing it never did was connect. I will
keep working on it.
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