I use =gnome-extra/nm-applet-0.6.6 with gnome 2.22.2. When I log in, I have either 3 instances of nm-applet + 1 instance launched by gnome-session whilre restoring previous session. What can I do to have exactly one nm-applet launched?
This isn't really a bug - it would appear that somehow you've had some launched without --sm-disable - kill all instances of nm-applet, and log out and back in to gnome and it should just launch the one on its own that includes --sm-disable.
In fact it was persistant through reboots and logins/logouts and I didn't launch nm-applet at all - everything was done through gentoo default configs.
I don't suffer this with 0.7.1-r3
Do you still get this Dmitrij? Resolving the bug as NEEDINFO (mainly due to a response one way or the other - Pacho said that he didn't experience it with 0.7.1 - its now quite a ways past that, so I'd like to know if you still do :)
As far as I remember, I solved the problem by some tricks with hal. Anyway, didn´t experience this bug since some update till switched to Arch.