So when you are running a GNOME Desktop and you frequently change locations/network connections, you might get annoyed by the “Connection Established” popup/balloon tip.
I did 🙂
So I solved it. At least with Fedora 10. Shoudl work the same with Ubuntu etc.
For the graphical guys:
- Start Applications -> System Tools -> Configuration Editor (which really is gconf-editor)
- Find the Entry /apps/nm-applet/
- Add a new key called disable-connected-notifications, type boolean and set it to TRUE
- Restart NetworkManager (open a root shell, type service NetworkManager restart)
Whenever your network changes, the applet will show its cool anomations but will not bother you with popups.
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