Jorge

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May
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comment Gnome-Network-Manager Config File Migration
I thought I'd never solve this, you became a hero! thank you very much... I'd like to know the reason for moving a user's configs to /etc... Thanks again.
May
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comment Gnome-Network-Manager Config File Migration
Sorry, I can't understand, or maybe I'm not explaining my problem correctly... I have my old connections in /home, after installing Precise, Network Manager seems to read connections from /etc. what I want to do is to recover my connections by migrating them to /etc or re point the new Net Manager to /home. Sorry for my english... I'm doing my best!
May
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comment Gnome-Network-Manager Config File Migration
hm... I think it has nothing to do with wi-fi, it is the gnome-network-manager, and it is not only the place... look, another difference is that in /etc, configs are arranged in a file per connection and in /home you have a folder per connection and an xml as a database of connections...
May
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comment Gnome-Network-Manager Config File Migration
The place is the same, what really matters is to have my configs working again, /home or /etc is the same for me...
May
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comment Gnome-Network-Manager Config File Migration
Added, It's a ThinkPad T61.thanks for the rapid response