I have a dial-up connection for the internet which works perfectly well in GNOME using DSL settings in which i provide username, password, ip, gateway, netmask etc.
But in KDE i cannot do anything. After having provided the necessary information i don't see any available connection of DSL in the system tray. I have provided tow screenshot to show what is happening.
the wired connection is shown. But for DSL there is no such thing that i could click on to start using the web.
you can see that there is a connection under the DSL tab but it is not available at the tray.
is it this bug:Bug #447241 ??
It was reported in 2009. Now it is 2011. After several releases of kubuntu the bug should be fixed by now.
my question is how can i bring the DSL connection in the tray and solve the issue ?
/Please don't suggest to install other network management tool because to solve the issue of internet connection, i need an internet connection to install other package rendering me in a recursive loop.
And please don't suggest
pppoeconf . It makes the wired connection unavailabe. If CLI works then why this GUI./