Ok, it looks like this is a known bug. When network-manager becomes
disabled, there is no way to enable it using knetworkmanager! I used
network-manager-gnome and got networking enabled.

See KDE bug #232531 => https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=232531

How can I help to move this along? Without a good way to enable
network management again, it makes network-management-kde useless
under those circumstances.

On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 12:05 PM, Michael Biebl <bi...@debian.org> wrote:
> severity 576279 normal
> thanks
> On 02.04.2010 16:19, Jonathan E. Magen wrote:
>> Package: network-manager-kde
>> Version: 1:0.9~svn1088283-1
>> Severity: grave
>> Justification: renders package unusable
>> After a recent forced restart, knetworkmanager no longer functions
> Did suspend and resume not work correctly?
>> properly. When I mouse over the tray icon, it pops up a plasma
>> notification saying "Unmanaged" with the 'cable disconnected from the
>> outlet' icon. When I click on the tray icon, a one-option menu pops
>> up. It says only "Network Management disabled" in greyed-out
>> letters. I have Network Manager chosed in the KDE settings and it
>> worked fine before I had to do a hard restart on my laptop.
> Could you please attach the file /var/lib/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.state
> After that, please remove that file and restart network-manager (service
> network-manager restart) and see if that helps.
> Regards,
> Michael
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