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NetworkManager Gets Facelift for Karmic Koala Ubuntu 9.10

NetworkManager, the default wired- and wireless-connection client in Ubuntu, has received a substantial aesthetic makeover for Ubuntu 9.10. Here’s a look.

Although it’s come a long way since its early days, I was never a huge fan of NetworkManager in earlier Ubuntu releases. It’s always seemed kind of ugly on a compiz-enabled desktop, and even in Jaunty, I found myself resorting occasionally to wicd or manual connections because NM had issues with some of the wireless networks I need to connect to (in particular, it never liked WPA-enterprise security very much).

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