U Čet, 19. 04. 2007., u 13:30 +0000, Stanislav je napisao/la:
> I can also add that wifi-radar remains in boot-up after removing the
> package. Disabling it in Boot-Up manager solved the problem, but I still
> think it should be done automatically by uninstalling script.
This is a valid bug, but GNOME not working has nothing to do with
wifi-radr. wifi-radar is gtk only app and doesn't use anything from
GNOME (including gconf).
Problem is probably in your network settings (/etc/hosts or something).