johnny at centos.org
Tue Nov 20 18:00:48 UTC 2012
On 11/20/2012 07:12 AM, Steve Campbell wrote:
> I don't follow what you are describing or how to "recreate" the menu
> item. Could you elaborate a little please?
On my CentOS 6.3, I see it here:
Menu => System => Preferences => Network Connections
What Nux! said is also true ... if you are using NetworkManager, you can
"Right-Click" the Network Applet that is on the default tool bar and
select "Edit Connections".
> On 11/19/2012 7:32 PM, Banyan He wrote:
>> recreate the menu item and put the command system-config-network over
>> there. You can regain your menu back then.
>> Banyan He
>> Blog: http://www.rootong.com
>> Email: banyan at rootong.com
>> On 2012-11-20 3:43 AM, Steve Campbell wrote:
>>> On 11/19/2012 2:06 PM, Frank Cox wrote:
>>>> On Mon, 19 Nov 2012 13:58:47 -0500
>>>> Steve Campbell wrote:
>>>>> All the
>>>>> solutions seem to indicate that I just need to install
>>>>> system-config-network-tui, but that doesn't change anything.
>>>> system-config-network-tui is just what it says -- Text User Interface.
>>>> Open a terminal window and type:
>>> I always wondered what the difference between a tui and a gui was.
>>> Thanks all.
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