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Posted: Jun 16, 2011 9:48:19 am

İ installed CTKarch yesterday and i've got a problem
my wicd wont start/work
when i click wicd icon in the menu it didn't do anything; but when i right-click on the desktop and select Environment/Wicd tray icon/Enable it says Run the wicd daemon first
what should i do
Posted: Jun 16, 2011 10:58:06 am

"I need help" is not a suitable topic title. You need to choose: either you bump your head against the wall, or you choose to solve it (which is why you asked). I edited all this; but please make an effort to be clear and cheerful!

You did not provide enough information there to understand where it comes from.

Run /etc/rc.d/wicd start as root.
Then please give the output of ps aux |grep wicd here on the forum.

Then (if you want) you can test if the wicd client is happy (start it from the menu, or run wicd-client, that's the same)
Posted: Jun 16, 2011 12:57:51 pm

i give /etc/rc.d/wicd as a root user
i get this

/etc/rc.conf: line 56: beklenmeyen dizgecik '(' yakınında sözdizimi hatası
/etc/rc.conf: line 56: 'DHCP:          Set oyur interface to "dhcp" (eth0="dhcp")'
::Starting wicd Daemon                                                                                                      [DONE]
i write all of this with my keyboard in windows because of my archs internet connection sorry for mistakes

#ps aus |grep wicd
root    10101  0.0    0.1    4108    828 pts/1    S+    15:56    0:00 grep wicd

Posted: Jun 16, 2011 1:53:40 pm

There obviously is a syntax error in /etc/rc.conf… and maybe more.

Run /usr/sbin/wicd as root. (and give the output)

I think that the result will suggest clearing the config. But I can't say for now… waiting for your answer.
Posted: Jun 16, 2011 2:05:22 pm

i give "/usr/sbin/wicd start"
all i get is nothing
Posted: Jun 16, 2011 3:36:12 pm

I suggest purging its config.

As root:
rm /var/lib/wicd/configurations/???????????? /var/lib/wicd/resolv* /etc/wicd/*.conf

Then wicd should be able to work. You can start it immediately: /etc/rc.d/wicd start
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