Thank you very much . Especially for the "by the way" part.
I figured out that my xubuntu missed "gnome-system-tools" by typing "network-admin" in shell. So I installed gnome-system-tools and everything works ok. I think this package was uninstalled some time before by accident.
On Sat, 24 Nov 2007 16:21:31 +0000
Vincent <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 24/11/2007, Frank Tao <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hi, groups
> > Just recently I lost the entry of "network manager", which is used to be
> > in the menu of xubuntu. I don't know the command name of "network manager",
> > so I'm awkward now.
> > Anyone please help me in this problem? It will be greatly appreciated.
> > Best regards.
> > Frank
> The tray icon in the top right panel uses the command "nm-applet", the
> Network application in Applications->System->Network is called
> By the way, if you want to find things like this out, you can also open up
> Appliations->System->Synaptic Package Manager, find the
> network-manager-gnome package (that's the tray icon's package),
> right-click->Properties, then "Installed Files" tab and look for the file
> under /usr/bin (/usr/bin/nm-applet in this case).
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