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How can I manage my network connections in ubuntu 10.04 LTS with XFCE?

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I cannot find a place to manage my network settings. I installed 10.04 LTS and then installed xubuntu-desktop. There are no configurations options available in the menus for network settings
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nm-applet, for console try ifconfig
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I get "nm-applet is already running"
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nm I fixed it by installing the full ubuntu-desktop instead of the xubuntu-desktop
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solved it myself
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