I have been facing an issue with nm-applet lately. After logging in, my previous settings (eg vpn) were not available in the nm-applet's menus. I had to kill it, and start it with sudo to have them available.
Today, even after starting it with sudo are not there.
Tips highly appreciated!
mine, not asked for something like (are no longer required:). only to do the update openbox.
After, everything have been 0.
Your openbox-themes < removing, looks really suspicious, It seems to have been removed?
I do always update and upgrade from terminal / terminator to see what happens. I do not know what to say regarding "openbox-themes" sorry, i am just a little called noob, hope someone come with a suggestion for you.
Thank you for your message.
Thanks Nili, I am also suspicious about the openbox-themes, it doesn;t make any sense. I have been updated to latest openbox now, but removing the themes?? don't know... could it be a cb/testing repo conflict??
Anyway, thanks for the effort, if anyone has an idea just drop it
Edit: Ok, another fix even for me from this thread with this command:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade --no-install-recommends
I latelly use synaptic for installing/uninstalling/upgrading, so I hadn't noticed something before, but yes, after doing the upgrade it came. I ask, is something crusial there that I shouldn't remove? for example I see the openbox-themes package which makes me sceptical.
ok, after running sudo upgrade with --no-install-recommends it stopped giving me this bs.. I had previously removed gnome-bluetooth, bluez and nautilus-data, which for some reason was there, without nautilus.
Now it says it has packages not needed and wants to remove them.. should I go? don't wanna break anything, need to work too!!
Calculating upgrade... The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
ivy libavahi-gobject0 libavahi-ui-gtk3-0 libboost-date-time1.49.0 libdiscid0
libgcj-bc libgda-5.0-4 libgda-5.0-common libgmlib1 libgmtk1 libgmtk1-data
libgtk-vnc-2.0-0 libgvnc-1.0-0 libhawtjni-runtime-java libjansi-java
libjansi-native-java libmockobjects-java libmotif-common libmrm4
libmusicbrainz3-6 libnautilus-extension1a libobrender27 libobt0 libuil4
libxm4 libxstream-java obexd-client openbox-themes rdesktop
check the basics here
You ll need to know "how and why" not just for the kernel, but generally to handle the packages you choose to install, since you are already editing your sources.list
Although not a direct answer, hope it helps
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