Replacing wicd with networkmanager

I love wicd and it does a great job. However, on my network I have many nfs shares between machines and the fact that wicd doesn’t start until late in the startup process, it never fails to complicate the mounting of the shares. Networkmanager just handles that better for me. Is there a preferred method for rolling back to networkmanager from wicd or is it just a matter of setting up the standard net.eth0 interfaces and removing the wicd daemon from startup?

I’m full of questions today and would like to volunteer to help out on the site if possible. I notice that some of the translations on the English pages are a little strange.

KDE 4.4 is already working with Networkmanager, so in the next version of CLD, we move on him.