When I look at the task-bar at the lower corner of the screen, I can see that I've got 4 applets "Network Manager 1.0.2" and a little further to the right another applet Network Manager again !
I checked the posts regarding this problem but they all talk about "no applet or apllet missing" like this one : http://sparkylinux.org/forum/index.php/topic,3192.0.html
I'm using the defaults LXDE settings, no Wi-Fi (desktop Packard-Bell next to the modem) and simply using an Ethernet cable.
In Synaptic, I can see that Applet Network Manager 1.0.2 + network-manager-gnome are installed.
Before posting, I tried to uninstall some these nm-applets via /usr/bin/sparky-autostart. From the "Custom autostart editor", I see "nm-applet Network Manage your network connections" four times. I tried to Click right on one item to delete it , but it didn't work.
Anyway, it's not so boring but I'd like to get rid of some of those unnecessary applets.
How can I get to the "autostart editor" via leafpad or gedit to get the job done ?