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    Can't seem to find the following kind of programs.


    Hello All.
    I finally found a way to setup my dream setup of Linux and I need some clearance on some programs I still havnt found.
    I am a Minimalist. And I LOVE GTK2. So I dont want QT3/4 or KDE Librarys.
    I also Use Gentoo Linux Since it just rocks. =)
    But now I am still looking for some programs since I just seem not to be able to find them.
    I am still looking for a GTK2 PIM that is really Compact. Something like EssentialPIM Free. From EssentialPIM
    But well that just cant work since its a Windows Program. Does anyone know a good one? That is really small. I dont want to turn Thunderbird in my PIM since its to big.
    Also I am looking for a program to Manage my network Connections and my Wifi.
    Somebody showed me this program once but I forgot the name.
    It could setup ndiswrapper and manage wifi AND wired Connections.
    It was based on GTK2. Does anyone know how this program is called?

    Thanks already.

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    Robin
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobinVossen View Post
    Also I am looking for a program to Manage my network Connections and my Wifi.
    Somebody showed me this program once but I forgot the name.
    It could setup ndiswrapper and manage wifi AND wired Connections.
    It was based on GTK2. Does anyone know how this program is called?
    NetworkManager?

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    heh no sorry its not that one.
    It was a really Small Program that didnt use a Service.
    If I recall correctly it was written in Pyton using Py-GTK.

    Cheers,
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    If you are familiar with emacs, I'd suggest using Big Brother Database...
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    Ah, well Im not really good with Emacs
    Thanks for the idea though.
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