Commit ceb0e10b authored by Tails developers's avatar Tails developers
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doc: Fix NetworkManager.

parent 13cd11b3
......@@ -8,18 +8,29 @@ NetworkManager will try to obtain network access automatically. If you
want to connect via wireless with a supported wireless adapter, you
are basically two clicks away.
Click on its icon on the left of the top panel to find the list of available
Click on its icon in the notification area to find the list of available
connections:
**FIXME**: screenshot
[[!img first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop/network-idle.png link=no]]
[[!img first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop/network-wired.png link=no]]
[[!img first_steps/introduction_to_gnome_and_the_tails_desktop/network-wireless.png link=no]]
<center><a href="nm-menu.jpg"><img border="0" height="194"
src="nm-menu.jpg" width="240" /></a></center>
[[!img networkmanager/networkmanager.png link=no]]
All wireless networks your computer is picking up are listed there, as
are all wired networks you have access to (usually one per wire), so
the second click is used for choosing any one of these. If the network
is protected you will be prompted for a password. There are other
options too, e.g. for dial-up connections and setting up VPNs although
these will require further set-up in the "Options -> Configure..."
section.
is protected you will be prompted for a password.
Mobile and Dial-Up Modems
=========================
NetworkManager supports mobile modems but do not support dial-up modems at the
moment.
[[See the corresponding ticket.|todo/Add_Gnome_PPP_for_Dial-Up_Users]]
VPN
===
There is currently no documented method of using VPN with Tails.
[[See the corresponding ticket.|todo/vpn_support]]
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