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Postby donec on Mon May 05, 2008 2:50 pm

When I boot up my computer ask for KDE Wallet password. Because of that Mintupdate shows a broken paddle lock. I would like to be able to boot up and have Mintupdate be able to connect without having to completely open it. Any ideas?[*]
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Re: mintupdate

Postby MagnusB on Mon May 05, 2008 3:14 pm

If you use wireless, then it is pretty hard. I have requested a delay function in mintUpdate (I.E. 2 mins after boot, to allow the wireless to connect), but I am not sure whether it was heard, or it was rejected for now due to resources :)
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Re: mintupdate

Postby donec on Tue May 06, 2008 3:16 pm

MagnusB wrote:If you use wireless, then it is pretty hard. I have requested a delay function in mintUpdate (I.E. 2 mins after boot, to allow the wireless to connect), but I am not sure whether it was heard, or it was rejected for now due to resources :)

Thank you for your reply. I kind of felt that was the problem and I will just wait and see what happens thanks again.
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Re: mintupdate

Postby MagnusB on Tue May 13, 2008 9:22 am

I see from the release notes of Elyssa that this is now implemented, if it doesn't find a connection after start up, it waits 30 seconds then try again before displaying the broken pad lock.
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