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NetworkManager Showing Twice in XFCE

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I'm running XFCE and setup NetworkManager.  It's working fine, except the applet is showing up twice in my panel.  Any tips as to why this is happening?If you delete it from the iPhone, next time it syncs with the mac, it will come again. the only po

NetworkManager slow after switch to XFCE

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I had been using gnome3 for a bit and needed to make a change to xfce4 to get x2go to work correctly. Howevver, since the switch, i've been having all sorts of issues with NetworkManager. My wireless speed is now 72mbps, it should be close to 150. Is

Networkmanager has no icon in the XFCE systray

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It's there and it works, but there is no tray icon.  How do I fix this?Hello Synthead! Did you follow this? http://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/NetworkManager#XfceRead other 2 answers

[SOLVED]Mounting usb drives "not authorized" with thunar-volman (XFCE)

2015-10-11

Hi, I'm new to Arch (even though I must be approximately at my 15th try at installing it properly) and I have a problem with thunar-volman. Whenever I log in as user, and try to mount a usb drive with thunar, let's say I want to plug a drive labeled

[solved] XFCE Dual monitor causes theme & icon, xconf issues

2015-10-11

Hey all, Here is the issue: I have  sony svz13114gxx laptop with xfce4 DE, i just tried to hook up external vga monitor to laptop and everything configures right (no mirroring) with this run  in normal session: xrandr --output eDP1 --mode 1920x1080 x

Installation Fails on Debian Stable 64 bit

2015-10-11

Hi There I have been trying to install skype for a while. The i386 architecture has already been enabled, and the repositories have been updated. I have repeated the process several times just to be sure. During skype installation a bunch of conflict

USB flash disk is not mounting, Xfce doesn't remember the setting

2015-10-11

Hello, I'm new in Archlinux and I think I can't set up it well. I use Linux for four years /Ubuntu, Debian/. Now I have installed system with X server, Slim and Xfce. 1/ I have one big problem. I want to automount my flashdisk but it doesn't work lik

Gnome-network-manager & XFCE 4.4

2015-10-11

Hey guys, someone know if gnome-network-manager also run on XFCE 4.4? It won't run on my XFCE Solutions to problem? Bye, RiccardoCaptain Spaulding wrote: OK, open NetworkManager.conf and search for the line <policy at_console="true"> and a

Xorg.conf from debian won't work in Arch on the same machine!

2015-10-11

I can't get arch up and running. My keyboard and mouse won't respond to input once it hit startx and enter. I copied the xorg.conf from the debian install before I decided to wipe the disk clean and install arch. It is here:http://pastebin.com/m6870d

Network manager in xfce doesn't connect but wifi-menu does?

2015-10-11

I may be misunderstanding how to use this since I've never done wireless from the command line before, but here is my situation: I just installed arch on my Acer Aspire One and used both the wired and wireless from the command line. I had never done

Before I install Arch w/XFCE on my old computer...

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I'm installing Arch on an older computer and I want to keep it kind of lean. The computer is a PIII @ 1Ghz w/512MB RAM, so it isn't old-old; but it's just old enough that I don't want a lot of extra junk, which is precisely why XFCE was my choice of

[No need]Reducing number of post-install packages (fresh Arch + XFCE)

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Hi, I am inspired by posts by slithery in post-install package count; his discussion here and my willingness to follow-foot steps. Need suggestions/tips what packages can be removed based on details below. 1. Defining usage: Normal PC having XFCE, th

[solved] xfce-wavelan-plugin

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Hi All, I have recently installed ArchLinux and have been experimenting ever since. I have my wifi set up through netcfg which uses multiple profiles so I can connect wherever I am. I have also settled with XFCE desktop environment, and am happy so f

Xfce not showing most synaptic options

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Previously in Debian, when I'd open my xfce mouse settings I'd see options to disable tap to click, enable two finger scroll and other things. I've got a brand new install of Arch but I'm not seeing anything. I've installed the xf86-input-synaptics p

NetworkManager crashes/segfault - sometimes

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Sometimes at startup networkmanager crashes. Usually it's fine - it seems to be random and I cannot intentionally duplicate it. My system is 64-bit and fully updated. Other than this - no issues - no failed services or errors - other than this when i

Skype: no system-tray icon with Arch (+ xfce)

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When I close Skype (the one and only skype window), skype is still running in the background. When I run Zenwalk with xfce, there is a skype icon as part of the taskbar, which indicates that skype is still running in the background. This icon does no

[SOLVED] NetworkManager "not authorized to control networking" error

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I'm installing arch with XFCE on an eeepc-1005ha. My wired ethernet works fine, both with dhcpcd eth0 and the NetworkManager (which connects automatically on boot). I'm following the instructions from this link: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/N

Two instances of NetworkManager applet

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I'm running Arch with Xfce. Fully updated. After an update a couple of days ago, I'm finding I've got a second instance of the NetworkManager applet on the Xfce panel. I've looked through the systemd setup, but so far I've no idea what is triggering

Cups/Xfce network printing problem

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I'm really pulling my hair out over this problem, I've tried everything I can think of and everything suggested to me by helpful #archlinux users... So let me start by saying what I am trying to do... It is quite simple in theory. I have a box runnin

[SOLVED]Remaining Batter time gone after Xfce 4.8 update

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I opened this thread in the DE section because I think it's related to the recent XFCE Update. I've updated my system. It included the XFCE 4.8 updates. After the update process it already noticed some changes to XFCE so I rebooted. After that I noti