On Do, 24 Sep 2009, Wayde wrote:
> Using Hal/DBUS access mode

You could try rfkill acces by setting the permission of /dev/rfill 
correct. See the readme. 

To fix the hal/dbus problem:

Can you try the attached rfkill-applet.py:
- put it into the unpacked rfkill-applet-0.6, but make a backup copy
  of the old one
- again call
        python rfkill-applet.py -d
- try to deactivate the wifi BUT WITHIN THE WINDOW THAT IS SHOWN
  (not in the one integrated into the panel!)

What is printed? Does it freeze?

Best wishes


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