No network GUI installed by default on XFCE

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Calle Kabo wrote on 4 May 2019 02:38
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install guix 1.0.0, only pick xfce desktop environmentwhen you log in there's no "Network Connections" in Applications > Settings, and there's no network applet in the panelWhat I did to work around it:sudo nmtui to connect to wifiguix install network-managerguix install network-manager-appletlog out and back in againthere's a network applet in the panel, and "Network Connections" can be found under Applications > Settings.
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Ludovic Courtès wrote on 9 May 2019 12:14
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Ludovic Courtès wrote on 14 May 2019 15:14
Re: bug#35554: No network GUI installed by default on XFCE
(name . Calle Kabo)(address . calle@kabo.nu)(address . 35554-done@debbugs.gnu.org)
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Hello!
Calle Kabo <calle@kabo.nu> skribis:
Toggle quote (3 lines)> 1 install guix 1.0.0, only pick xfce desktop environment> 2 when you log in there's no "Network Connections" in Applications > Settings, and there's no network applet in the panel
Fixed in 05d907ac6fc6e139389a91ab5540c0dc573a8ce7.
Thank you!
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