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wicd-gtk

wired and wireless network manager - GTK+ client
https://launchpad.net/wicd
Score:
 12
13 reviews
Description:

Wicd is a general-purpose network configuration server which aims to provide a simple but flexible interface for connecting to networks. Its features include:
* wide variety of settings;
* ability to connect to (and maintain profiles for) both wired and
wireless networks;
* support for many encryption schemes, including WEP, WPA, WPA2 and
custom schemes;
* wireless-tools compatibility.
This package provides the GTK+ client, which has no GNOME dependencies, making it easy to use in Xfce, Fluxbox, Openbox, Enlightenment, ... It also supports a tray icon showing network activity and signal strength.

User reviews:
ScoreComment

Zakhil
6 days ago
2 Doesnt connect automatically even if checked, bad password issues all the time, takes ages to actually connect, locks all network devices so others managers cant detect it.

iosonoscrive
3 years ago
5 Very good Very good

harrygrey
3 years ago
3 Leider lassen sich einmal eingestellte Werte nicht abspeichern.Ich habe den Eindruck, daß das Programm eigentlich gar nichts bewirkt.

topper
4 years ago
4 Es mucho mejor que el Network Manager

giuliannobessa
4 years ago
5 para ubuntu e o melhor

schmoove
5 years ago
5 mint 16 x64 mate: mints built in network manager is poor with custom dns. this one is better. recommended!

drandrewhayes
5 years ago
4 How to fix D-BUS issue: comment out entire Try-Except block starting at line 1700 of /usr/share/wicd/daemon/wicd-daemon.py

satu72
6 years ago
3 its not working

valters
6 years ago
5 Ahujenna!

atomicben
7 years ago
3 It's ok. Cannot control more than one device at a time. That's a major drawback.

kiro
7 years ago
2 Kept running into the "Bad Password" bug that's been plaguing this app since Lucid came out

210L
7 years ago
5 works great

shabgard
7 years ago
5 Awesome!! It's my first app to install in every distro i use !