After upgrading LMDE to UP7, I have Gnome Classic session only because there's no Cinnamon. Failed to install Cinnamon via "sudo aptitude update" then "sudo aptitude install mint-meta-debian-cinnamon". Had to revert to Gnome Classic because the desktop was not stable and showed that the system is in software rendering mode. My video card is GeForce 6600GT using nouveau.
After logging into Gnome Classic session, I installed "kde-full". After reboot, I logged into the KDE session. I noticed there's no Knetwork-Manager in Synaptic Package Manager, nor is there Knetwork-Manager in the task bar at the right corner. Other than this, KDE-flavored LMDE works just fine.
I had to install "wicd" for use in place of Knetwork-Manager in Network Settings, and wireless works fine. Somehow I was not asked for password to sign on to the SSID. In Network Settings, no SSID shows up either.
Any idea how I can install Knetwork-Manager in KDE, because I would prefer Knetwork-Manager?
Last edited by taytong888
on Mon Nov 11, 2013 12:03 am, edited 1 time in total.