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Now we need to make Wicd start automatically at boot:
 
Now we need to make Wicd start automatically at boot:
{{Console|<pre class="clear"># rc-update add wicd default</pre>}}
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{{Console|<pre class="clear"># systemctl enable wicd default</pre>}}
  
  
 
Now let's stop NetworkManager from being started automatically at boot:
 
Now let's stop NetworkManager from being started automatically at boot:
{{Console|<pre class="clear"># rc-update del NetworkManager default</pre>}}
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{{Console|<pre class="clear"># systemctl disable NetworkManager</pre>}}
  
  
 
Now when you reboot, NetworkManager is gone and Wicd will be the default network manager. Configure it to your liking with the Wicd Network Manager found in your menu.
 
Now when you reboot, NetworkManager is gone and Wicd will be the default network manager. Configure it to your liking with the Wicd Network Manager found in your menu.

Latest revision as of 12:08, 3 January 2014

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Replace NetworkManager with Wicd

First step is to install Wicd:

# equo install wicd


Update any config files:

# equo conf update


Now we need to make Wicd start automatically at boot:

# systemctl enable wicd default


Now let's stop NetworkManager from being started automatically at boot:

# systemctl disable NetworkManager


Now when you reboot, NetworkManager is gone and Wicd will be the default network manager. Configure it to your liking with the Wicd Network Manager found in your menu.