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networkmanager in kubuntu does not show DSL connection !
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. ...
Jul 8 '11 at 10:07
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