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'''UPDATE''': LXNM is not under active development. It is suggested to use NetworkManager and nm-applet (which are now working very well).
 
'''UPDATE''': LXNM is not under active development. It is suggested to use NetworkManager and nm-applet (which are now working very well).
  
'''LXNM''' is the standard network connection helper daemon of LXDE. It sets up wireless connections extremely fast. Currently it works with Linux only.
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'''LXNM''' is the standard network connection helper daemon of LXDE. It sets up wireless connections extremely fast. Currently, it works with Linux only.
  
 
It is no longer under development, and LXDE packages for many or all distros mostly use NetworkManager.
 
It is no longer under development, and LXDE packages for many or all distros mostly use NetworkManager.
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Revision as of 16:20, 18 September 2019

{{Infobox component

name              = LXNM 

|image = |image description = |developer = LXDE Team |version = 0.2.2 |date = 7 Sept. 2008 |genre = Network Manager |license = GNU General Public License |website = lxde.org |}} UPDATE: LXNM is not under active development. It is suggested to use NetworkManager and nm-applet (which are now working very well).

LXNM is the standard network connection helper daemon of LXDE. It sets up wireless connections extremely fast. Currently, it works with Linux only.

It is no longer under development, and LXDE packages for many or all distros mostly use NetworkManager.

It could also make sense to switch to Intel's Connection Manager: http://v1.moblin.org/projects/projects_connman.php in cases where LXNM isn't sufficient.